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Town of Ossipee 
New Hampshire 




2009 



SELECTMEN OF OSSIPEE 

Kathleen M. Maloney 

Harry C. Merrow 

E. Morton Leavitt 

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ANNUAL REPORTS 

Of the Town Officers 

OSSIPEE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 







Tax Rates 








$13.90 per $1,000 










Ratio- 104.1% 










Center 


West 


Ossipee 






Ossipee 


Ossipee 


Corner 


Town 


4.86 


4.86 


4.86 


4.86 


County 


.97 


.97 


.97 


.93 


Town School 


5.86 


5.86 


5.86 


5.86 


State School 


2.21 


2.21 


2.21 


2.21 


Fire Precinct 




1.13 


2.14 


1.43 


Total 


13.90 


15.03 


16.04 


15.33 



For the Fiscal Year Ending 

December 31, 2009 
Vital Statistics for 2009 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Auditor's Report 23 

Budget 2010 24 

Caregivers of Southern Carroll County 81 

Center Ossipee Fire Department 74 

Citizen of the Year 5 

Conservation Commission 59 

Dedications 3+4 

Dog Officer 47 

Election Minutes 22 

Employee of the Year 5 

Executive Counsilor's Report 51 

Fire Warden's Report 77 

Governor Wentworth School District 80 

Highway Report 73 

Historical Society Report 53 

Inventory of Valuations 29 

Lakes Region Planning Commission 57 

Library Report 49 

Medstar Report 48 

Minutes of 2009 13 

Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council 58 

Old Home Week Commitee 62 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens Report 65 

Ossipee Lake Dam Authority 67 

Ossipee Corner Fire Department 76 

Ossipee Economic Development 40 

Ossipee Main Street Program 42 

Planning Board Report 54 

Police Department Report 44 

Recreation Director's Report 63 

Selectmen's Report 41 

Statement of Appropriations 33 

Tax Collector's Report 30 

Town Clerk's Report 39 

Town Officers 8 

Transfer and Recycling Station 71 

Treasurer's Report 38 

Tri County Community Action 52 

Trustees Trust Fund Report 35 

Vital Statistics 82 

Warrant 2010 (Blue) 88 

Water and Sewer Commission 69 

Welfare Report 68 

West Ossipee Fire Department 78 

Zoning Board of Adjustment.... 55 

Zoning Enforcement Officer 56 



DEDICATION 2009 




Peter A. Olkkola 

Peter lived on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts and moved to Ossipee and chose to 
make his home with his wife Ann and three sons, Justin, Jared, & Jake. 

Peter was elected to the position of Selectman in 2000, and served this Town 
well until 2009. He saw a lot of changes, and was part of many improvements to 
the Town in the nine years he served. 

Peter spent the majority of his life working in law enforcement and ended up 
retiring from the State of New Hampshire Department of Safety - as a State 
Supervisor of Legalized Gambling. 

Peter operated the Wakefield Inn and Moulton's Store in Ossipee Village and 
moved to Walker Hill Rd. where he resided with his family. He operated the Olkkola 
Farm, providing top-notch maple syrup for 25 years. 

Peter served on numerous advisory boards, commissions, and trusts for the 
Town, County and State. His family, colleagues, and friends will all miss Peter in 
many different ways. 

Peter spent many hours working for and with his family and his town in ways 
that we will never know. 

Many in this community and outside this community will miss Peter's 
landscaping, gardening, antiquing, Maple Syrup business, and service to his fellow 
man. 

On his daily trips to the post office, if Peter saw that someone needed a helping 
hand, he was always there to provide whatever was needed. 

We are proud to dedicate this year's town report to Peter A. Olkkola for all he 
has done for Ossipee. 



DEDICATION 2009 




Rolland W. "Bolly" Lord 

Bolly was a native and lifelong resident of our Town. 

He attended the local schools and went on to the Boston School of Anatomy 
and Embalming. He graduated with his degree in Mortuary Science. 

Bolly served his Country, having served in World War II landing on the beaches 
of Normandy and was with General George Patton when they met the Russians at 
the Rhine River. 

Returning home, he began work with his father in their family owned business 
known as Lord's Funeral Home, which he did for over fifty years. It is still in 
business today, and is owned by his son Brian, the third generation of the family. In 
addition, he founded Lord's Ambulance and owned a clothing store at the Indian 
Mound Shopping Center with his sister. He served Ossipee as Selectman from 1 951 
through 1969. He was a member of numerous boards and committees and served 
them all well. 

Bolly worked tirelessly for the late Governor Meldrim Thomson. He was 
instrumental in raising funds to present Governor Thomson a replica of the Liberty 
Bell and presented it to the Governor of the State of NH for his service to the State. 

Not busy enough, he also was a member of the Ossipee Rotary Club, the 
Ossipee Valley Masonic Lodge, a Shriner with Bektash Temple, and a member of the 
Calvin Topi iff Chapter #15, Order of Eastern Star. 

Bolly and his wife Mary raised a family of seven children. They also had 
fourteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. 

We would like to take this opportunity to honor and thank this extraordinary 
gentleman, Rolland "Bolly" Lord. 



EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR 2008 




Timothy W. Eldridge 



The Ossipee "Employee of the Year" for the year 2008 is bestowed upon Tim 
Eldridge with great pride and appreciation. 

Tim started his employment as a truck driver in August of 1999. He was 
promoted to the position of grader operator and later became the Highway 
Foreman. Tim has taken charge of turning around the perception of the Highway 
Department. The Department now consistently receives positive feedback from the 
general public about the condition of our roads. 

His leadership has established a sense of pride among the crew of this 
department. This has been a great contribution to the high moral of the employees. 

Tim has always enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Many hours 
have been spent hunting, fishing, and building race cars with his sons (Ray and 
Shane). 

Tim and his wife (Karen) have welcomed many of Ray and Shane's friends and 
relatives into their home and have treated them as if they were their own. (That's the 
kind of people they are.) 

Tim is certainly an example of what an Employee of the Year should be. 

We are very proud and honored to have Tim work for our Town. 

It is with great pride and pleasure that we, the Board of Selectmen, Town 
Employees, and our Townspeople honor Tim Eldridge with the award of "Employee 
of the Year for 2008". 



"Citizen of the Year 2009" 
Town of Ossipee 




"Jim" Dolan 

"Jim" Dolan has been chosen to receive the 2009 Citizen of the Year Award for 
the Town of Ossipee. This annual presentation is based on volunteer service to the 
community, and unselfish acts of benevolence toward its residents. 

No one is more deserving of the annual "Citizen of the Year" award than "Jim" 
Dolan. 

Over the past several years, hundreds of town residents have benefited from his 
expertise with income tax preparation and property tax rebate assistance at the 
Ossipee Public Library - all on a volunteer basis. Jim serves as one of the three 
Commissioners on the Center Ossipee Fire Department. He is currently serving his 
second term. He is active in the retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) and 
regularly delivers meals-on-wheels to area senior citizens. He has served for nine 
years on the Board of Directors of Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Inc. He was 
recently elected to the Executive Board as Vice-Chairman. In addition, Jim is a 
volunteer driver for DAV (Disabled American Veterans), and serves many roles as a 
member of the Men of St. Joseph's at the St. Joseph's Church. He is a volunteer for 
the Agape food pantry. He somehow finds the time to assist with a variety of 
fundraising events for OCC and other non-profit programs within the community. 

The Town of Ossipee has been fortunate with unique yet humble individuals 
who serve in a volunteer capacity for the good of so many. Jim, always a gentleman, 
and with seemingly boundless energy, is the definition of the Citizen of the Year 
Award. 

Jim has lived in Ossipee for 23 years. 

Jim was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Jim graduated from Puchard High 
School in 1 953. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a business 
degree. He immediately went to Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode 
Island. 

He served his country at home and abroad. Jim served in Vietnam for a year. 

Jim retired from the Navy as a Commander after 23 years of service. 

Jim is the father of 3, Richard, Tim & Lea. 

He and his wife Jan celebrated their 52 nc ' wedding anniversary in June of 
2009. 

He loves the Red Sox, the Patriots and the Celtics and rarely misses a game or 
playoff. 

He and his wife Jan enjoy ocean cruising in the Caribbean 

It is with great pride and pleasure that we congratulate Jim Dolan as the 2009 
Citizen of the Year. 

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DEDICATED TO OSSIPEE SELECTMEN 
Who Served from 1900-2009 



Dana ). Brown 


1900-1904 


Harry M. Leavitt 


1943-1946 


Dana J. Brown 


1914-1916 


R. Grant Kramer 


1945-1948 


Orodon P. Hobbs 


1900-1904 


Lester G. Buswell 


1947-1948 


Orodon P. Hobbs 


1914-1916 


George E. Pearson 


1948-1949 


Newell P. Sias 


1900-1902 


Richard E. Brown 


1948-1949 


Newell P. Sias 


1907-1909 


Earl T. Merrow 


1949-1950 


Newell P. Sias 


1911-1913 


Murray E. Cate 


1949-1951 


Newell P. Sias 


1923-1926 


Albert P. Ballard 


1949-1951 


Levi W. Brown 


1903-1905 


Harold C. Neal 


1951-1964 


Charles A.White 


1905-1906 


Douglas McFarlane 


1951-1971 


L. E. Moulton 


1905-1906 


Rolland W. Lord 


1951-1969 


Thomas Nute 


1906-1906 


Henry Wagenfeld, Jr. 


1965-1967 


Hebert W. Hobbs 


1907-1908 


Edward Hickey 


1968-1970 


Charles A. Wiggin 


1907-1908 


E. Morton Leavitt 


1970-1973 


Mark H. Winkley 


1909-1910 


Roger H. Busch 


1971-1979 


Joseph W. Chamberlain 


1909-1910 


David Helme 


1972-1974 


Charles Thompson 


1911-1912 


Edwin P. Brownell 


1973-1975 


Hebert W. Hobbs 


1912-1913 


Bruce Rines 


1975-1977 


Fred W. Hum 


1912-1913 


Douglas Meader 


1976-1981 


Bartley A. Carleton 


1914-1914 


Franklin R. Riley 


1978-1980 


Charles E. Smart 


1915-1919 


William K. Malay 


1980-1981 


Howard E. Young 


1915-1919 


Wendell S. Thompson 


1981-1986 


Ervin W. Hodsdon 


1915-1920 


David Helme 


1982-1982 


Walter L. Hodson 


1920-1920 


Warren F. Witherell 


1982-1984 


John W. Pike 


1920-1922 


Ralph C. Eldridge 


1983-1990 


George B. Reed 


1921-1922 


Maurice E. Bishop 


1985-1986 


Walter L. Robinson 


1921-1923 


R. Christopher Templeton 


1986-1988 


Walter S. Welch 


1922-1924 


Natalie Hall 


1987-1989 


Charles E. Smart 


1922-1925 


Douglas Meader 


1989-1990 


Perley O. Nichols 


1924-1927 


John E. Fogarty, III 


1990-1992 


William H. Pascoe 


1925-1928 


Wayne K. Aleska 


1991-1993 


Harry P. Smart 


1926-1938 


John P. Picard 


1991-1994 


Perley O. Nichols 


1930-1933 


Joseph G. Skehan, Jr. 


1993-1998 


Arthur L. Mason 


1927-1930 


Patricia H. Jones 


1994-1999 


Sidney L. Perkins 


1928-1934 


Sandra P. Martin 


1995-1997 


Lisle O. Moulton 


1933-1936 


Harry C. Merrow 


1998-2007 


Charles Thompson 


1934-1937 


Sandra P. Martin 


1999-2001 


Edward G. Coughlin 


1936-1942 


Peter A. Olkkola 


2000-2009 


Perley Loud 


1937-1938 


Joseph G. Chromy 


2002-2005 


Lester G. Buswell 


1938-1940 


Joseph G. Skehan, Jr. 


2005-2008 


George L. Campbell 


1938-1941 


Kathleen M. Maloney 


2007- 


Clyde B. Drinkwater 


1940-1948 


Harry C. Merrow 


2008- 


Charles F. Meloon 


1941-1943 


E. Morton Leavitt 


2009- 


Harry P. Smart 


1943-1944 







2009 ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS 



Three Member Board of Selectmen 



Kathleen M. Maloney 
Harry C. Merrow 
E. Morton Leavitt 



Katy Meserve 



Moderator 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Term Expires 3/2010 



Natalie V. Hall 

Rebecca Thurston, Deputy 



Kellie J. Skehan 

Patricia A. Hodge, Deputy 



Treasurer 



Town Clerk / Tax Collector 



Term Expires 3/2012 



Term Expires 3/2010 



Three Member Board of Trustees of Trust funds 



Pamela Sullivan, Chm. 
Renee Nardello 
June C. Loud 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Three Member Board of Cemetery Trustees 



Stephen P. Capone 
Natalie Peterson, write-in 
David Hodsdon 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Five Member Board of Library Trustees 



Susan Day 
Nancy Curtiss, Res. 
Elizabeth S. Rouner 
Georgie Duquet 
Raymond C. Wright, Jr. 
Marion Rines, Alt 
Jennifer Plante, Alt 



Term Expires 3/2010 

Term Expires 3/201 1 

Term Expires 3/201 1 

Term Expires 3/2012 

Term Expires 3/2012 



Six Member Budget Committee 



Bruce Cochrane 
Alice ). ter Kuile 
Robert W. Morin 
Donna E. Sargent 
Belinda W. Cullen, Chm. 
Scott McDonald 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Fire Reps: Roland Millette, West Ossipee; jean Marie Simpson, Ctr. Ossipee; Lynne 
Elaine Parker, Ossipee. Harry C. Merrow, Selectmen's Rep. 



Three Member Supervisors of the Checklist 



Janice L. Tully, Chm. 
Jane Goodwin 
Cynthia N. Cranahan 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2014 



Seven Member Planning Board 
Robert Gillette 
Karen Foster 
William Grover 
Bruce Parsons 
Roy Barron 
Brett Patrick Cushing 
Roger ter Kuile, Alt. 
Carol Gartland, Selectmen's Rep. 
Patricia H. Jones, Secretary 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Three Member Water/Sewer Commission 



June C. Loud 
Elliott A. Harris, Jr. 
L. Randy Lyman, Chm. 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Five Member Zoning Board of Adjustment 



Bruce Parsons 
David L. Babson, Jr. 
Jonathan D. Brown 
Jean Marie Simpson, Chm. 
Scott McDonald 
Stanley Brothers, Alt. 
Lisa Hinckley, Alt. 
Patricia H. Jones, Secretary 



Term Expires 3/2010 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 



APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Town Administrator 

Martha B. Eldridge 

Board of Health 

Martha B. Eldridge - David A. Senecal 

Boat Tax Collectors 

Ward's Boat Shop - Expo North 

Chief of Police 

Donald F. Grow 

Seven Member Appointed Conservation Commission 

Robert G. Pratt Term Expires 3/201 

Kevin Houle Term Expires 3/2010 

Ralph Buchanan, Jr Term Expires 3/201 1 

Andrew K. Northrop Term Expires 3/201 1 

Jean Hansen Term Expires 3/2011 

Elizabeth R. Gillette, Chm. Term Expires 3/2012 

Warren F. Walker, Jr., V. Chm. Term Expires 3/2012 
Patricia H. Jones, Secretary 

Ossipee Dam Authority 

Harry C. Merrow, Selectmen's Rep. - John P. Picard, Chm. 

Peter Olkkola 

Dog Warden 

Wendy Sargent, Appt. 
Call 539-2011 

Emergency Management 

Bradley W. Eldridge - Randy Hayford 

Fire Department Chiefs 

Michael Brownell - Center Ossipee 

Adam T Riley - Ossipee 
Bradley W. Eldridge - West Ossipee 



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Forest Fire Warden 

Adam T. Riley 

Highway Foreman 
Timothy Eldridge 

Lakes Region Planning 
Patricia H. Jones 

Librarian 

Yvonne Fisher 

Main Street Program 

Sarah Millette, Res. - Director 
Scott A. Merrow - Director 

Mt Washington Valley Economic Council 

Patricia H. Jones, Board Member 
Donna E. Sargent - Town Representative 

Ossipee Recreation Department 

Peter J. Waugh, Director 
Jason B. Hanken, Asst. Director 

Public Works Director 

Norris "Brad" Harriman 

Welfare Director 

Sandra "Sam" Martin 

Zoning Enforcement Officer 

David A. Senecal 



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STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS 2009 



Ossipee State Representatives 

Mark McConkey 

John E. Roberts 

Susan Wiley 



President 

Barack Obama 



Vice President 

Joseph Biden 



Senate 

Jeanne Shaheen 
John E. Sununu 



Governor 

John H. Lynch 

Executive Council District 1 

Raymond S. Burton 



Secretary of State 

William M. Gardner 



District 3 Senator 

Jeb Bradley 



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Town of Ossipee - Annual Town Meeting 

Abridged Minutes 

March 11,2009 

Moderator Katy Meserve called the meeting to order at 6:30 PM. Rev. James 
Waugh was asked to give the invocation, after which the moderator asked that we 
stand tor the Pledge of Allegiance. 

At this time the Moderator thanked the different departments that helped with 
the preparations and elections. Moderator Meserve announced that the newly 
elected officers would be sworn in on Monday, March 16, at 5:30 PM. 

The moderator announced that everyone should have received a sheet of 
guidelines (see attached) and a voting card when they first came in. If you do not 
have a voting card, you cannot address this body or vote. Anyone who is not a 
registered voter of the town will not be allowed to speak or vote on any motion. 

The moderator asked if there was anyone in the audience that was not a 
registered voter, but wished to speak on an article. Jennifer Berkowitz, director of 
the Schools Out Program asked to speak on Article #4 and Chief Mike Brownell, of 
the Center Ossipee Fire Department asked to speak on Article #11. 

Introduction of the following: Selectwoman Kathleen Maloney, Selectman 
Harry Merrow, Town Administrator Martha Eldridge, Town Attorney Rick Sager and 
Co-Counsel Jennifer Haskell, Zoning Officer Dave Senecal, Public Works Director 
Brad Harriman. Belinda Cullen introduced the Budget Committee: Robert Morin, 
Alice Jane ter Kuile, Scott McDonald, Donna Sargent, Kevin Houle, and the Fire 
Department Representatives, Roland Millette, WO, Jean Marie Simpson, CO, and 
Lynne E. Parker, OC. 

Moderator Meserve announced that an error was made in the town report, Jean 
Hansen was left off the Conservation Commission Board. The error will be corrected 
in the Town Report that will be archived. 

Moderator Meserve went over the guidelines and asked if there were any 
questions. 

Kathleen Maloney read a letter from Selectman Peter Olkkola who was unable 
to attend. A statement was read from the Board of Selectmen, to thank Peter for all 
his work on the boards that he has served on. 

Harry Merrow wanted to caution everyone at the meeting about the cost of 
things. He talked about what was cut from last year's budget and what was used 
from the surplus account. He let the audience know that we will be having an 
increase of taxes, due to the new school and the nursing home. He asked that the 
audience take this into consideration before voting tonight. 



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The moderator announced that Article #1 had no contested races. Therefore she 
would not read all the results, as everyone won their office. We had a couple write- 
ins, Library Trustee was Georgie Duquet, Zoning Board of Adjustment was Scott 
McDonald, and Budget Member for 1 year was Bruce Cochrane. 

The School elections, there was no contested races, so all won their offices 
also. 

All the school warrants passed with the required 60% Majority needed. The 
petitioned Articles 7 and 8 failed. 



Article #1 The following Town Officers for the 

2009 as follows: 

Selectman 3 Years 

Treasurer 3 Years 

Trustee of Trust Funds 3 Years 

Library Trustee 3 Years 

Cemetery Trustee 3 Years 

Water/Sewer Comm. 3 Years 

Budget Committee 3 Years 

Budget Committee 3 Years 

Planning Board 3 Years 

Planning Board 3 Years 

Supervisor of the Checklist 3 Years 

Zoning Board 3 Years 

We had 3 write-in Candidates as follows: 

Library Trustee 3 Years 

Budget Committee 1 Year 

Zoning Board 3 Years 



ensuing year were elected March 1 0, 

E. Morton Leavitt 
Natalie V. Hall 
June C. Loud 
Raymond C. Wright, Jr. 
David P. Hodsdon 
L. Randy Lyman 
Scott J. McDonald 
Belinda W. Cullen 
Roy A. Barron 
Brett Patrick Cushing 
Jane Goodwin 
Jean Marie Simpson 

Georgie Duquet 
Bruce Cochrane 
Scott McDonald 



Article # 2 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 1 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 1 proposes a number of "housekeeping" changes in the 
Zoning Ordinance, such as grammatical/spelling corrections? (Majority vote 
required) 

ARTICLE #2 PASSED YES 346 NO 96 

Article # 3 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 2 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: This 
amendment proposes to change/correct language in the "Cluster Development" 
section, and to streamline certain Zoning Board of Adjustment application 



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procedures?" (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLED PASSED YES 326 NO 110 

All subsequent articles were read, motioned and seconded prior to the opening for 
discussion. No discussion was held unless noted. 

Moderator Meserve started with the reading of article 4. 

Article #4 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the budget 

committee recommended sum of four million seven hundred fourteen thousand 

eight hundred sixty-one dollars ($4,714,861.00) for general municipal operation. 

(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Recommended by Board of Selectmen) 

(Majority vote required) 

Moderator Meserve announced a misprint in Article #4. Elections should have been 

$3,070.00 and Registrations should have been $2,600.00. 

ACCOUNT NAME 2009 Selectmen 2009 Budget Com. Amended 

Conservation Agent $500.00 $500.00 

Selectmen's Salary $1 5,200.00 $1 5,200.00 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector $218,565.00 $218,565.00 

Elections $2,600.00 $2,600.00 

Should have been $3,070.00 
Kellie Skehan asked to amend this line item to $4,1 70.00, due to the Special 

District 3 Elections. $4,170.00 

Registration $3,070.00 $3,070.00 

Should have been $2,600.00 
Janice Tully asked to amend this line item to $3,866.00, due to the Special District 

3 Elections. $3,866.00 

Treasurer $8,774.00 $8,774.00 

Selectmen's Office $346,926.00 $346,926.00 

Economic Development $550.00 $550.00 

Ossipee Lake Dam Auth. $7,327.00 $7,327.00 

Legal $35,000.00 $35,000.00 

Planning Board $27,675.00 $27,675.00 

ZBA $3,827.00 $3,827.00 

Government Buildings $148,300.00 $148,300.00 

Trustee of Trust Funds $4,806.00 $4,806.00 

Cemeteries $19,745.00 $19,745.00 

Insurance $106,673.00 $106,673.00 

Police Department $737,913.00 $737,913.00 

Police Special Duty $25,000.00 $25,000.00 

Dog Officer $11,647.00 $11,647.00 



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ACCOUNT NAME 

Fire Warden 

Zoning Officer 

Highway 

Public Works Director 

Street Lighting 

Incinerator 

Health Agency 
OCC 

Wolfeboro VNA 
Northern Human Ser. 
CAP 

White Mt. Comm. Health 
Ossipee Children's Fund 
Starting Point 
School's Out Program 
Ossipee Preschool 
Appalachian Mountain 

Teen Project 
Agape Ministries 
Medication Bridge 
Ossipee Historical Soc. 
OCC Day Care 

Ambulance 

Emergency Management 

General Assistance 

Recreation 

Library 

Patriotic Purposes 

Conservation Commission 

Long Term Debt-Principle 

Long Term Debt-Interest 

Interest on Line of Credit 

Water 

Sewer 

TOTAL 



2009 Selectmen 

$20,400.00 

$74,559.00 

$1,063,340.00 

$89,439.00 

$2,600.00 

$462,203.00 



$18,000.00 

$12,295.00 
$4,425.00 

$12,000.00 
$4,489.00 

$17,500.00 
$2,624.00 
$2,500.00 
$1,500.00 



$1,200.00 

$7,000.00 

$355.00 

$4,000.00 

$2,000.00 

$197,400.00 

$5,000.00 

$44,591.00 

$184,948.00 

$208,367.00 

$245.00 

$6,277.00 

$93,372.00 

$8,805.00 

$5,000.00 

$226,121.00 

$208,208.00 

$4,714,861.00 



2009 Budget Com. Amended 

$20,400.00 

$74,559.00 

$1,063,340.00 

$89,439.00 

$2,600.00 

$462,203.00 

$18,000.00 
$12,295.00 

$4,425.00 
$12,000.00 

$4,489.00 
$17,500.00 

$2,624.00 

$2,500.00 

$1,500.00 

$1,200.00 

$7,000.00 

$355.00 

$4,000.00 

$2,000.00 

$197,400.00 

$5,000.00 

$44,591.00 

$184,948.00 

$208,367.00 

$245.00 

$6,277.00 

$93,372.00 

$8,805.00 

$5,000.00 

$226,121.00 

$208,208.00 

$4,714,861.00 

Amended $4,717,227.00 



ARTICLE #4 PASSED AS AMENDED $4,71 7,227.00 



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Article #5 To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of two hundred fifty 
thousand dollars ($250,000.00) for the repair and improvement of Town Roads. 
3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Not recommended by Budget Committee) 
(Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #5 PASSED 
Article #6 To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand 
dollars ($20,000.00) for equipment, and for repairs and improvements to the Town's 
Recreation Department facilities. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #6 PASSED 
Article #7 To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of thirty thousand 
dollars ($30,000.00) to add to the Highway Department's Equipment Capital 
Reserve Fund previously established. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #7 PASSED 
Article #8 To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of twenty thousand 
dollars ($20,000.00) to add to the Highway Department's Building Capital Reserve 
Fund previously established. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by 
Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #8 PASSED 
Article #9 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty-three 
thousand two hundred seventy dollars ($63,270.00) for the purpose of paying the 
Ossipee Water System's bond payment for (1) year. 3-0 (Recommended by 
Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #9 PASSED 
Article #10 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred forty-six thousand dollars ($146,000.00) for the purpose of closing the 
incinerator down and the installation of the baler system. 3-0 (Recommended by 
Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #10 PASSED 
Article #1 1 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of nineteen 
thousand five hundred dollars ($19,500.00) for the purpose of conducting a 
feasibility study to determine whether to merge the three fire precincts in the Town. 
3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority 
vote required) 

ARTICLE #11 PASSED YES 120 NO 43 
Article #12 To see if the Town is in favor of extending the sidewalks up Moultonville 
Road, down Dore Street to Annie Nichols Road; to Dorr's Corner Road, down 
Folsom Road to Route 16B and up Grant Hill Road to connect with the sidewalks 



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by the school. 0-3 (Not recommended by Selectmen) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #12 FAILED 
Article #13 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy- 
five thousand dollars ($75,000.00) to be added to the previously established 
Ossipee Sidewalk Expendable Trust Fund for the purpose of planning, laying out and 
installing sidewalks in the Town of Ossipee. The Highway Safety Committee will be 
applying to Safe Routes To School for grant funds. (Submitted by Petition) 2- 
1 (Recommended by the Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 
(Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #13 FAILED YES 65 NO 75 
Article #14 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eleven 
thousand dollars ($1 1 ,000.00) for the purpose of installing an asphalt surface on the 
Town Hall ice skating rink and related expenses with $8,000.00 dollars to come 
from general taxation and the remainder to come from donations received to allow 
multi-season use as an ice skating rink and as a skateboard park. (Submitted by 
Petition) 2-1 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #14 PASSED YES 91 NO 59 
Article #1 5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty- 
five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) for portable equipment and related expenses for 
the skateboard park said sum to come from grants. No money will be raised 
through taxation. (Submitted by Petition) 2-1 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

ARTICLE #15 PASSED 
Article #16 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
thousand five hundred dollars ($ 3,500.00) to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established for the purpose of purchasing fire apparatus for the Forest Fire 
Warden's Department, and to designate the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. 
3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority 
vote required) 

ARTICLE #16 PASSED 
Article #17 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six 
thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500.00) for the local Main Street Program. 3-0 
(Recommend by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote 
required) 

ARTICLE #17 PASSED 
Article #18 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for the purpose of replenishing the Benefit Pay 
Capital Reserve Account previously established. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommend by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #18 PASSED 

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Article #19 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eighty- 
two thousand one hundred twenty-seven dollars ($82,127.00) for the purchase of a 
Town truck. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #19 PASSED 
Article #20 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ninety 
thousand dollars ($90,000.00) to be added to the previously established Capital 
Reserve Account for the purpose of a complete revaluation of the Town in the year 
2010. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) 
(Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #20 PASSED 
Article #21 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four 
hundred dollars ($400.00) to be added to the Tax Collector/Town Clerk Computer 
Expendable Trust Fund previously established. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #21 PASSED 
Article #22 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to be placed in the expendable trust fund (Species 
Control Fund) created in 2004 for the purpose of preventing and treating milfoil in 
Ossipee Lake. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #22 PASSED 
Article #23 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to 
enter into a three year lease-purchase agreement for two police cruisers, including 
equipment, at a total cost of fifty-nine thousand seven hundred eighty-one dollars 
($59,781.00) and to raise and appropriate the sum of nineteen thousand nine 
hundred twenty seven dollars ($19,927.00) for the first year's payment. This lease- 
purchase agreement contains an escape clause. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #23 PASSED 
Article #24 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifty- 
three thousand four hundred dollars ($53,400.00) for the purpose of Town Building 
improvements, i.e. $10,000.00 for an addition to Town Hall for storage; $12,000.00 
for electrical repairs at the Ossipee Public Library; $8,500.00 for improvements to 
the Water & Sewer building; $2,000.00 for improvements to the Mill Pond and Dan 
Hole dams; $2,200.00 to purchase a storage shed for the Ossipee Public Library; 
$8,700.00 to remodel the entrance way roof at the Ossipee Public Library; and 
$1 0,000.00 for electrical work needed at the Ossipee Concerned Citizens building. 
2-1 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority 
vote required) 

ARTICLE #24 PASSED 

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Article #25 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of fifteen 
thousand two hundred twenty-seven dollars ($15,227.00) for upgrading the 
computer systems throughout the various Town departments. 3-0 (Recommended by 
Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #25 PASSED 
Article #26 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
thousand seven hundred sixty-six dollars ($1,766.00) to purchase audio equipment 
to be used at selectmen's meetings. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #26 PASSED 
Article #27 To see if the Town will vote to create an expendable trust fund under 
the provisions RSA 31:19-a, to be known as the Unanticipated Emergency Repairs 
Fund, for the purpose of making repairs to town equipment and buildings that suffer 
damage during the course of the year, and to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for this fund. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #27 PASSED 
Article #28 To see if the Town will vote pursuant to RSA 32:5, V-a to require that all 
votes by the budget committee and the Board of Selectmen relative to budget items 
or warrant articles be recorded votes and the numerical tally of any such vote shall 
be printed in the town warrant next to the affected warrant article. 
3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #28 Passed 
Article #29 To see if the Town will vote pursuant to RSA 72:37 to provide an 
exemption to every inhabitant who is legally blind as determined by the Blind 
Services Program, Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, or the Department of 
Education. Each blind person so determined shall be exempt each year on the 
assessed value, for property tax purpose, of his or her residential real estate to the 
value of $1 5,000.00. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #29 PASSED 
Article #30 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the transfer of two thousand 
six hundred sixty-seven dollars ($2,667.00) from the town's general fund to the 
Whittier Covered Bridge Expendable Trust Fund established in 2008, said amount 
being the total amount of donations received through December 31, 2008 for that 
purpose. 3-0 (Recommended by Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) 
(Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #30 PASSED 



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Article #31 To see it the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six 
thousand dollars ($6,000.00) for the purpose of authorizing the expenditure of a 
grant previously received for the Carroll County Commissioners for the purpose of 
Prevention Program Development. This amount is to be used primarily for summer 
programs for teens only. (No money to be raised by taxation) 3-0 (Recommended by 
Selectmen) (Recommended by Budget Committee) 

ARTICLE #31 PASSED 
Article #32 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000.00) for the ongoing operating costs of the Life Bridge Inc. 
Life Bridge is a teen mentoring organization which reaches out to at-risk students in 
Carroll County. Submitted by Petition 0-3 (Not recommended by Selectmen) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) (Majority vote required) 

ARTICLE #32 PASSED 

Moderator announced that the total budget was $5,653,365.00. 

Article #33 To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers thereof. 

A motion was made to adjourn and seconded. 

Being no further business Moderator Katy Meserve declared the meeting over at 

9:50 PM. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kellie J. Skehan, Town Clerk 



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SPECIAL DISTRICT 3 ELECTION 
April 21, 2009 TOWN OF OSSIPEE, NH 

The Special District 3 Election was called to order at 8:00 am by Moderator 
Meserve, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Moderator Meserve explained that 
because we were not using the Accu-Vote Machine, that the ballots would be hand 
counted after the poles closed. She displayed the old style-voting box that was used 
in the past and showed that it was empty. The opening line was small, but 
throughout the day we had a steady flow. At 1 :00 pm we started with the absentee 
ballots and were done around 1 :30 pm. We had 27 absentee ballots returned. The 
polls were closed at 7:00 pm. Moderator Meserve emptied the ballot box and we 
started counting the ballots. We finished counting; then bundled and boxed up the 
ballots about 8:00 pm. Moderator Meserve read the results to the people who 
stayed for the count. 

Ballot Clerks: Karen Thurber, Natalie V. Hall, Linda White, Erin Skehan, Alice 
Jane ter Kuile, Sue Simpson and Denise Frappier. We had Trish Hodge and Martha 
Eldridge as Moderator Pro Terns, whom helped throughout the day. 



Ballots Cast: 




Registered Voters: 




Regular 


610 


Republican 


1005 


Absentee 


27 


Democrat 


579 


Total Cast 


637 


Undeclared 


1454 






Total 


3038 



Respectfully submitted, 
Kellie J. Skehan, Town Clerk 



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INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT 



To the Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Ossipee 
Ossipee, New Hampshire 
February 2010 

The 2009 audit is in progress and once the report is issued it will be available at 
Town Office. The prior year's audit has been completed and is expected to be at the 
Town Office shortly. 



Plodzik & Sanderson 

Professional Association 

193 North Main Street 

Concord, NH 03301 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS 

Voted by the Town of Ossipee - 2009 

Purpose of Appropriations Amount 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

Executive $604,997.00 

Election, Reg. & Vital Statistics 8,036.00 

Financial Administration 8,774.00 

Legal Expense 42,327.00 

Planning & Zoning 1 06,061 .00 

General Government Buildings 148,300.00 

Cemeteries 19,745.00 

Insurance 106,673.00 

Other General Government 1,766.00 

PUBLIC SAFETY 

Police 762,913.00 

Ambulance 197,400.00 

Fire 20,400.00 

Emergency Management 5,000.00 

HIGHWAYS & STREETS 

Administration 89,439.00 

Highways & Streets 1,313,340.00 

Street Lighting 2,600.00 

SANITATION 

Solid Waste Disposal 462,203.00 

Sewage Coll. & Disposal & Other 146,000.00 

WATER DISTRIBUTION & TREATMENT 

Water Services 63,270.00 

HEALTH 

Pest Control 11,647.00 

Health Agencies, Hosp. & Other 94,888.00 

WELFARE 

Administration & Direct Assistance 44,591.00 

CULTURE & RECREATION 

Parks & Recreation 21 5,948.00 

Library 208,367.00 

Patriotic Purposes 245.00 

Other Culture & Recreation 6,000.00 



33 



CONSERVATION 

Admin. & Purch. of Nat. Resources 6,277.00 

Other Conservation 500.00 

Economic Development 550.00 
DEBT SERVICE 

Princ. - Long Term Bonds & Notes 93,372.00 

Interest - Long Term Bonds & Notes 8,805.00 

Interest on Tax Anticipation Note 5,000.00 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Machinery Vehicles & Equipment 1 1 7,281 .00 

Buildings 53,400.00 

Improvements Other Than Buildings 6,500.00 

OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT 

To Capital Projects Fund 2,667.00 

Sewer 208,208.00 

Water 226,121.00 

To Capital Reserve Fund 1 68,900.00 

TOTAL VOTED APPROPRIATIONS $5,588,51 1 .00 



34 



TOWN OF OSSIPEE TRUSTEE OF TRUSTEE FUNDS 
2009 ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 

2009 was a year of new trustees, as Pamela Sullivan and Renee Nardello took 
over as Chairperson and Bookkeeper. June Loud continued and continues to be a 
valuable part of the trustees. Pamela and Renee now have a year of experience and 
are learning new procedures and regulations every day. 

You will see on the following pages the breakdown of all the accounts, which 
have been audited. They meet the requirements of the Charitable Trust Division of 
the Attorney General of New Hampshire. 

We have not received as much interest in some of our accounts as the last 
couple of years, but we will be able to donate $20,000.00 in scholarships for the 
year 2010-201 1 from the Lyford Merrow Trust Account. We will continue to look for 
the best ways to increase our income in all the accounts. 

Thank you for trusting us as your Trustees of Trust Funds. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Pamela Sullivan, Chairperson 

Renee Nardello, Bookkeeper 

June Loud, Trustee 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

Reconciliation of Cash Book and Bank Balance 
Year ending December 31, 2009 



GENERAL CHECKING ACCOUNT 
Balance on hand January 1, 2009 
Receipts during year 2009 

Less Disbursements 2009 
Balance on hand Dec. 31, 2009 



$2,085,574.94 

14.699317.58 

$16,784,892.52 

14.655.383.83 



$2,129,508.69 



PROOF OF BALANCE 
BALANCE OF ACCT. NORTHWAY BANK 
Balance on hand December 1, 2009 
December Receipts 

December Disbursements 

Balance on hand December 31, 2009 



$398,264.21 

4.532.169.50 

$4,930,433.71 

2,800,925.02 



$2,129,508.69 



Respectfully submitted, 

Natalie V. Hall, Treasurer 

Rebecca Thurston, Deputy Treasurer 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 2009 



ITEM TRANSACTIONS 


SUBTOTAL 


TOTAL 


Automobile 








Decals 


5990 


$14,975.00 




Registrations 


6453 


581,456.94 




Titles 


981 


+ 1.962.00 


$598,393.94 


Boat Tax Receipts 






18,842.51 


Water/Sewer Camp David 








Permits & Fee 




630.00 




Usage 




+ 36.665.00 


37,295.00 


Certified Vital Records 






4,416.00 


Dog Receipts 








Late Fees 




331.00 




Registrations 




7,107.00 




Fines & Summons 




+ 1.025.50 


8,463.50 


Pole, Filing & Election Fees 






418.50 


Interest-Checking Account 






84.06 


Returned Check Charges 






365.00 


Supplies, Faxes & Copies 






323.75 


Postage 






30.42 


UCC 






1,335.00 


Wedding Applications 






1,350.00 


Wetlands Applications 






40.00 


Total Town Clerk Receipts for 2009 






$671,357.68 



Notes from the Clerk's Office... 

As I look back over the past three years, the time has flown by very quickly. 
Especially, with the start of The Vital Records State Grant, which required us to empty the 
entire vault. We looked through everything and then put everything back on the new 
shelving, which we received as part of the grant. Then we had renovations to improve our 
office, which were started and completed in 2007. 

We have gone from using the pre-print registrations that the State provided for us, to 
the print on demand laser registrations. I would like to remind everyone that you must 
bring in your current registration to renew or transfer your registration. You will need to 
purchase a duplicate registration, at a cost of $17.50, if you do not have your old 
registration. 

Dogs over 4 months need to be registered on or before April 30 tn of each year. A 
reminder, that in order to register your dog, the rabies shots have to be current. For your 
convenience we will be having 3 Rabies Clinics this year: Sunday, March 21, 2010, 
12:00pm - 2:00pm, Thursday, April 15, 2010, 6:00pm - 7:00pm, and Sunday, May 16, 
2010, 10:00am- 12:00pm. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Kellie J. Skehan, Town Clerk 



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OSSIPEE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Annual Report 2009 

The Ossipee Economic Development Committee is scheduled to meet on the 
fourth Tuesday of every other month. Meetings are called as needed. New members 
are always welcome. Our Mission is to foster organized growth utilizing human and 
natural resources in a responsible way. The OEDC seeks to educate and involve the 
community in its work. 

The OEDC members are involved in projects in the Mount Washington Valley 
Economic Council. OEDC member Donna Sargent is Ossipee's representative on 
the Council. She is a member of the Revolving Loan Fund Committee. We 
encourage residents of Ossipee who would like to start or expand a business to 
apply for a loan. SCORE volunteers are available to help with business plans. The 
Technology Village is also home to the Granite State College and the NH Technical 
School offering courses to help career advancement. Business tax credits are 
available for any business to buy that would benefit from the tax credits. 

Members of the Ossipee Economic Development Committee have attended 
programs presented by leaders in the business, government, education and financial 
sectors of our economy. Most of the OEDC members were interested in the concept 
of business revitalization with historic preservation while building a feeling of 
community, so the group was instrumental in Ossipee becoming a Main Street 
Community. The program basically consists of volunteers working in structured task- 
oriented committees to improve the vitality of their community. One of the four 
committees is the Economic Restructuring Committee, which is sponsoring the fifth 
annual Economic Fair at the end of March that the OEDC is pleased to co-sponsor. 
The earlier Economic Fairs were a big success. Many of the presenters plan to return, 
and several new features, such as workshop sessions, are being added. This year 
there will be free coffee and donuts and a scavenger hunt, as well as web site 
information and Micro-Credit in Ossipee. 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT FOR 2009 

The year of 2009 was met with many changes. The "dump" has been transformed 
into a recycling/transfer station. Presently the town is recycling on a large scale. 

Shawn Berry joined the Highway Department after the resignation of Joe Janis. 
joann Churchill was welcomed to the position of Finance & Accounting Supervisor 
after the resignation of Elizabeth "Gail" Gliesman. 

The Town was very saddened by the passing of two of our former selectmen, Peter 
A. Olkkola and Rolland "Bolly" Lord. Both of these gentlemen will be greatly 
missed. 

The Main Street Program is ongoing with success. The first "Farmer's Market" was 
held in the new park. This event will be continuing for all to enjoy. 

A joint effort with Main Street and the Recreation Department developed a 
skateboard park. 

The Highway Department continues to focus on our Town Roads. 

Two new businesses are in the process of being established in our Town. New 
employment opportunities exist in Ossipee. 

After a vote of the townspeople, to have a survey done, MRI was chosen to survey 
fire services of the three precincts. The quest was to examine the possibility of a 
town-wide fire department. The report is finished and recommendations are being 
considered. 

The Board of Selectmen would like to thank all of the Town Departments for their 
dedication and devotion to the Town of Ossipee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kathleen M. Maloney 

Harry C. Merrow 

E. Morton Leavitt 

Ossipee Board of Selectmen 



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2009 OSSIPEE MAIN STREET ANNUAL REPORT 

2009 was a busy year filled with many accomplishments. These were made 
possible through the collaborative efforts of Ossipee Main Street volunteers and 
donors. Volunteers worked on a wide variety of committees, projects, special events 
and partnership projects and donated more than 2,375 hours of their time (equal to 
over $48,000 in donated time) to Main Street this year. Private and public property 
owners reinvested nearly $82,000 to complete 9 property improvement projects 
within the designated target area. 

Major projects in 2009 included the grand opening of the new town park, 
which become the host of the new Ossipee Farmer's Market. We organized and 
were involved in The Ossipee Economic Expo, the Annual Joe Skehan Youth Fishing 
Derby, the Beech River Run, the introduction of attractive new signage through the 
efforts of the Wayfinding Project, and special events to raise awareness of and funds 
for Main Street efforts. 

Ossipee Main Street partnered with the Town and many local non-profits 
throughout the year: the Ossipee Highway Safety Committee, the Capital 
Improvement Committee, the Greater Ossipee Area Chamber of Commerce, the 
Carroll County Transportation Project, Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Ossipee 
Historical Society, Ossipee Old Home Week Committee, Ossipee Economic 
Development Committee, Mount Washington Valley Economic Council, & Lakes 
Region Planning Commission. 

In February, the youth fishing derby continued it's great tradition of winter 
outdoor fun for area children. In March, the Economic Fair returned to Town Hall 
with more workshops. The Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) 
gave Ossipee Main Street a grant to help improve the signage used in town, making 
it more attractive and less confusing to people new to town. The plan was to be 
presented to the selectmen in 2009 with a goal and will be voted on at the 2010 
Town Meeting. It is our hope to begin to install signs in 2010. The Rubber Ducky 
race was held once again, along with a 2 nd Annual Beech River Run 5k Road Race 
and Youth Fun Run, with the number of participants doubling from the inaugural 
2008 race. During the fall, volunteers from Ossipee Main Street and the Ossipee 
Garden Club once again prepared holiday sprays to decorate the target area 
properties. Additionally, the new park was decorated with a tree and holiday lights 
during the Christmas season. 

Things to watch for in 2010 include: 
*The continuation of the Farmer's Market 
*A focus on the economic development of the downtown area 



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* Design ,\nc\ fundraising plans for an outdoor performance shell in the new park 
*More, new & creative ideas to make "Main Street" a family destination for special 
events 

In September, Sarah Millette stepped down from her position as Executive 
Director after an inspired and successful tenure. The Town and The Main Street 
Program acknowledged her great contribution to Ossipee during a ceremony in 
which the Board of Selectmen presented Sarah with a letter of commendation. 

Throughout this past year, the enthusiasm and support for the efforts of the 
Ossipee Main Street grew considerably. Every event or project elicited new 
volunteers who came forward and offered to help with a specific project, or 
volunteer a special talent or skill. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank them, 
as well as the Town of Ossipee, and each of our supporters for all our success. 
Without all of you, our work would not be possible. Should you want to volunteer 
or have a suggestion for the program, please contact us at 539-7200. Or visit our 
website, www.ossipeemainstreet.org to learn more about the program and when 
committees meet. 

Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Ossipee Main Street Board of Directors, 

Scott A. Merrow 
Executive Director 



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OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT 2010 

The year 2009 was a very busy year. The department has actively patrolled the 
town roads enforcing speed. The department also received a number of grants from 
the New Hampshire Highway Safety. 

The Police Department still provides an officer at the school in the morning and 
afternoon to assist the children in crossing the road. We are still working with the 
recreation department with Middle School dances. 

The Police Department is still providing the town of Ossipee with twenty four 
hour coverage, three hundred and sixty five days a year. 

This year it was my pleasure to promote Corporal Robert King to detective. This 
move has benefited the police department in solving many of our cases. Detective 
King is also our court prosecutor. 

I would just like to name the members of the police department who work so 
very hard to keep your town the safest place possible for our taxpayers and their 
families. 

Lieutenant James Eldridge 
Sgt. Joseph Duchesne 
Corporal Anthony Sacco 
Detective Robert King 
Officer Matthew Tyler 
Officer Robert Ripley 
Officer Shane Emerson 
Officer Anthony Castaldo 
Secretary Linda Bucknell 

It is these people who make my job easier and without their support the 
department would not function as smooth as it does. 

I would also like to thank the Board of Selectmen and Martha Eldridge for the 
support they have given to the department throughout the year. 

I also would like to thank the town fire departments, the Carroll County Sheriffs 
Department, State Police and other local law enforcement agencies for their 
assistance throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chief Donald F. Grow 

Ossipee Police Department 



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Ossipee Police Department Felony Cases 1-01-09 - 12-31-09 
Cases Referred 20 Cases Indicted 



11 



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2 


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1 


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5 


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1 


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1 


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2 


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1 


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1 


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1 


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1 


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1 








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1 


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3 


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1 


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Department Non Crime 01-01-09 - 12-31-09 




MV Accident 




144 


Unlock 


41 


MV Warnings 




1418 


Noise Complaint 


23 


MV Summons 




117 


Welfare Check 


26 


NON CRIME 




Assists 


160 


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1681 


91 1 Hang up 


34 


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172 


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104 


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40 


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12 


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19 


TOTAL 


2378 


Paper Service 




66 


Total Checks Collected 


$3,630.29 


Ossipee Police 


i Department Crimes Reported 01-01-09 -12-31- 


09 


Agg. Assault 




4 


Crim. Threat. 


26 


All other Larceny 




48 


Crim. Trespass 


11 


All other Offenses 




103 


Disorderly Cond. 


3 


Arson 




1 


Domestic 


5 


Bad Checks 




44 


DWI 


22 


Burglary 




40 


Forgery 


4 


Cont. Drugs 




11 


Juv. Runaway 


4 


Crim. Mischief 




61 


Liquor Law Viol. 


11 



45 



MV Theft 


5 


Shoplifting 


2 


Other 


9 


Simple Assault 


29 


Protective Custody 


41 


Stolen Property 


3 


Rape 


2 


Theft 


20 


Robbery 


1 


Traffic Laws 


173 


Sexual Assault 


6 


TOTAL 


689 


Ossipee Police Department 


Arrests 01-01-09 - 12-31-09 




2 nd Deg. Assault 


1 


Open Cont. 


2 


Agg. DWI 


3 


Oper. After Susp. 


20 


Minor Possession Alcohol 


6 


Oper. w/o Valid License 


11 


Bad Checks 


13 


Poss. Controlled Drug 


7 


Burglary 


3 


Probation Viol. 


2 


By Minor 


6 


Protective Custody 


42 


Conduct After Ace. 


2 


Rec. Stolen Prop. 


3 


Crim. Mischief 


10 


Reckless Conduct 


2 


Crim. Threatening 


11 


Reckless Oper. 


1 


Crim. Trespass 


4 


Resisting Arr. 


7 


Disobeying 


2 


Robbery 


2 


DWI 


17 


Simple Assault 


24 


Endangering Welfare of Child 


1 


Speed 


7 


Felon Poss. of Weapon 


1 


Theft 


3 


Forgery 


1 


Trans. Alcohol By Minor 


6 


Fugitive from Justice 


2 


Unreg. Vehicle 


1 


Habitual Offender 


1 


Unsworn Falsification 


1 


IEA 


10 


Viol. TRO 


4 


Inhailing Toxic Vapors 


1 


Warrant 


32 


Juvenile 


4 


TOTAL 


271 


Obstructing Rep. 








of Crime 


1 







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DOG OFFICER'S REPORT 2009 

Dog calls for 2009 

Nuisance calls 63 

Stray dog calls 66 

Lost dogs 40 

Abuse/Neglect 18 

MVA's w/dogs 3 

Dog bites 20 

Other calls 76 

Taken to LRHS 32 



Respectfully submitted, 

Wendy Sargent, 

Dog Officer 



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MEDSTAR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, INC. 
Activities Report, 2009 

To the People of Ossipee, 

In 2009, Medstar responded to nearly 2000 calls for service. In addition to the 
increase in call volume, we have made multiple advances in the services we 
provide, some of which are listed below. 

We now have six ambulances online and four more that are getting paint jobs 
and new decal work. We have more than twenty employees with twelve full timers. 
Over 80% of our full time roster is ALS. Our goal is to have double ALS (2 EMT-I's 
or an EMT-I and a Paramedic) on every ambulance that leaves the base. We have 
our Medstar Training Center, located in Center Ossipee, with classes running 
throughout the year. We have an in house mechanic and an excellent maintenance 
program. Some of the new equipment purchases include two LifePak 1 2's and three 
medication infusion pumps. We have purchased an older model RV and are in the 
process of purchasing a small tag along camper to be utilized for lengthy events 
such as firefighter rehab at a working fire and as an accommodation for displaced 
families that are waiting for the American Red Cross or other services. As we renew 
ambulance service contracts, we intend to work with the local Fire and Rescue 
departments to train a minimum of 20 residents in CPR/AED per year. We are 
striving for 24/7 Paramedic availability and are close to achieving our goal. We have 
a new logo and a new uniform to go along with the new direction of Medstar. 

We look forward to our continued growth and improvement in our service to 
the Town of Ossipee. 

I would like to Thank the Board of Selectmen, West Ossipee Fire & Rescue, 
Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue, Ossipee Fire & Rescue, Ossipee Police Department, 
The Highway Department and of course the people of Ossipee for their continued 
support. 

Ossipee Responses 



Medical Aid 


511 


Advanced Life Support Transports 


311 


Trauma 


51 


Basic Life Support Transports 


132 


Motor Vehicle 


81 


Resident Transports 


342 


Assist Fire 


118 


Non-Resident Transports 


101 


PD Assist 


7 


Patient Assist w/o Transport 


255 






Total 


768 



Respectfully Submitted, Brian E. Johns, Medstar EMS 



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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
2009 Annual Report 

Another year has brought growth and increased activity to the library: 

Material checked out at the library in 2007—31655 

In-library usage by material type — 2277 

Material checked out at the library in 2008—32669 

In-library usage by material type — 2377 

Material checked out at the library in 2009—32792 

In-library usage by material type — 3002 

Number of Library Patrons 2940— Number of Visitors (without cards) using the 

library— 1392 

Library passes available for check out: 

Wright Museum, Wolfeboro, NH, New Hampshire State Parks (available summers 

only), Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, NH, and the Children's 

Museum of New Hampshire in Dover, NH (available summers only), New 

Hampshire Downloadable Audio-books: Can be accessed from home or the library. 

Britannica Online: Can be accessed from home or the library. 

Inter-library-loaning: Borrowing books, books on CD, magazines and movies from 

other libraries in NH. 

Ossipee Public Library Baby Book Bag Program: Funds provided by the Friends of 

the Ossipee Public Library and through a grant from the Rotary Club of Ossipee. 

Kindergarten Book Bag Program: Given in memory of Cathy Ziegler 

The Meeting Room is often used to offer educational, historical, civic, Scout and 

cultural programs to the community. The library also continues to sponsor a wide 

variety of programs: 

* AARP volunteers provide tax assistance from February to June. 

* Our book discussion group meets the first Tuesday afternoon of each month 
at 2:00 pm. 

* Ossipee Garden Club meets the first Thursday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. 

* Quilters group meets the second and fourth Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. (winter 

months at 1 :00 p.m. on Mondays). 

* Knitting and crocheting group meets the second and fourth Wednesday at 
1:00 p.m. 

* Story-time for pre-school children continues to be held on Tuesday mornings at 
10:30 am. Story-time for babies is held on Friday mornings at 10:30 am. 

* Summer Reading program with entertainment, crafts, stories, certificates and 
prizes. This program runs from late June until mid August. 



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* The Friends of the Ossipee Public Library meet quarterly. 

* The Recreation Dept. offers several programs in the meeting room during the year. 

* Tutoring: Students of all ages receive instruction from their tutors. 

* The Old Home Week Committee meets at various times in the year. 

* Artwork is on display thanks to our talented local artists. 

* Book delivery and pick-up of books, video, audiotapes and other library materials 
are available for the homebound. The library also stocks large-print books and the 

Reader's Digest magazine for visually impaired readers. 

Once again, our appreciation and gratitude go to a large group of wonderful 
people who give of themselves, through their time and donations, to enrich the lives 
of others. They make your library what it is today. 

The trustees and library staff wish to thank the citizens of Ossipee for their on-going 
support. We look forward to another successful year of growth and service. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Raymond Wright, Chairman, Board of Trustees 

Susan Day, Treasurer, Board of Trustees 

Georgie Duquet, Secretary, Board of Trustees 

Elizabeth S. Rouner, Board of Trustees 

Rachel Ward, (Alternate) Board of Trustees 

Yvonne Fisher, Library Director 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL REPORT 

By Raymond S. Burton 

2009 was indeed the year of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 
(ARRAVStimulus Funds in New Hampshire! 

As of November 4, 2009, $579,305,870.00 had been allocated in New 
Hampshire in nine areas: business/community; education; employment; energy; 
health; housing; safety; technology and transportation. Of that $181,463,876.00 
went to Council District One towns and cities and the counties of Belknap, Carroll, 
Coos, Grafton and Sullivan. 

The ARRA money has enabled local, state and county government to work on 
projects that have been in process and planning for years. For a complete listing of 
these projects go to: www.ed.state.nh.us/education/recovery/index.htm or write to 
my office. 

Governor Lynch has now submitted the New Hampshire Transportation Plan to 
the New Hampshire House and Senate. Highways/bridges, rail, aviation and public 
projects are among the proposed recommendations. Contact your local State 
Senator and Legislator for details about what projects you believe to be key ones for 
your region. 

As Councilor, I do not see new revenues being raised in New Hampshire State 
Government. With the decline in existing revenues leading to cut backs in services, 
only time will determine what the law making branch has in mind for new dollars. 
Keep in close touch with your local State Senator and Legislator to make sure costs 
are NOT passed on to county and local government. 

The Governor and Council are required by law to fill dozens of boards and 
commissions with volunteers. If you are interested in serving, please send a letter of 
interest and your resume to Governor John Lynch, Attention: Jennifer Kuzma, 
Appointment Liaison, State House, 1 07 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301 . For 
the current list of what possible appointments might be coming up go to: 
http://www.sos.nh.gov/redbook/index.htm. 

There is a constant flow of informational items available at my office: tourist 
maps, consumer handbooks and the New Hampshire Constitution. Each Monday I 
send, via e-mail, the schedule of my weekly meetings and other information. Send 
me your e-mail to be added to the list at rburton@nh.gov or find the schedule on 
my State House web page at: http://www.nh.gov/council/districtl/schedules. 

Contact my office anytime I can be of help. 



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TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM INC. 

Serving Carroll, Coos and Grafton Counties 

448 WHITE MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY, TAMWORTH, NH. 03886 

(603) 323-7400 -Toll Free 1-888-842-FUEL (3835) ~ Fax (603) 323-7411 

To the Selectmen and Residents of the Town of Ossipee: 

Tri-County Community Action/Carroll County is a private non-profit agency 
that was established in 1965. The Resource Center is located at 448 White 
Mountain Highway in Tarn worth. 

During the fiscal year July 1 , 2008 through June 30, 2009, our agency has 
provided services to Ossipee residents that total $576,625. The services provided 
include: Fuel Assistance, Electric Assistance, Weatherization/Home Energy 
Conservation and Homeless Prevention. In addition, we are the conduit for the 
distribution of USDA Surplus Food to all the food pantries in Carroll County. 

Tri-County Community Action provides necessary services for the most 
vulnerable and less fortunate citizens in our communities who would otherwise 
have to seek help from the town. We are depending upon funding from your town 
and neighboring communities countywide. These local funds are used to make 
available local intake and support for federal and state programs including Fuel 
Assistance, Electric Assistance, Homeless Prevention, Weatherization, and electric 
utility conservation programs. 

We greatly appreciate your support and look forward to a continued 
cooperation and partnership with your towns' residents, elected officials and staff. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Paula Abraham 

Community Contact Manager 

Carroll County 



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OSSIPEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

In May 2009, the Historical Society's programs began with a "Tour of Historic 
Granite," a film highlighting unique spots in the Granite neighborhood of Ossipee. 
The film featured John Hartog and Joe Bradley visiting sites never seen by most 
audience members! Our June program was especially well received as David Hiltz 
told the story of the snowmobile, developed many years ago in West Ossipee at 
White's Garage. We were fortunate to have two authentic snowmobiles (owned by 
David Hiltz and Mike Hashem) on display, which truly made the program come 
alive. 

Our July program told another Ossipee story, this one a tragedy. Natalie 
Peterson did extensive research on the case of 2-year-old Sarah Walker, who 
disappeared from her home on Fogg's Ridge Road on May 1, 1933. The audience 
was fascinated by this mystery, which remains unsolved to this day. Our August 
program was a more joyous occasion, as we celebrated the 175 th anniversary of 
Grant's Store. We began the party with cake and lemonade at the store on Route 
16B, and we then moved to the Court House where Carol Puffer told about the 
store's history, and a bit about what life was like in Ossipee back in the early 1 800s. 

September's program was a fascinating evening featuring local musician and 
antique dealer Mike Hashem, who brought many items from his collections to the 
Court House for the audience to enjoy. Many in attendance thought Mike's 
collection of WWI and II memorabilia was the best part, but others favored the 
banjo collection! 

We also put on two special programs for Old Home Week: Natalie Peterson 
told the story of the Florence Small murder and subsequent trial, the first major case 
to be heard in the 1916 Court House. We were especially honored to host an 
evening of Native American Songs and Stories, featuring four award-winning singers 
and story tellers: David Searching Owl, Janet Quiet Dove, Ken Quiet Hawk, and 
Deborah New Moon Rising. Those who attended were both entertained and moved 
by this performance. 

Our fund-raising efforts to preserve and maintain the historic Court House are 
drawing to a close, and we feel that with a five-year history of successfully operating 
the building we will be able to continue to do so with the support of the community 
of Ossipee. In 201 we plan to carry out repairs to Grant Hall and the Early Settlers 
Meeting House in order to fulfill our mission as the guardians of Ossipee's past. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carol Puffer, Vice-President 

Ossipee Historical Society 



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OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 
2009 Annual Report 

The Ossipee Planning Board meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each 
month at 7 PM at the Ossipee Town Hall. Additional work sessions are held on the 
fourth Tuesday of the month as needed to work on changes to the Ossipee Zoning 
Ordinance and other Planning Board business. Bruce Parsons was re-elected 
Chairman, Bill G rover Vice Chairman, and other members are Roy Barron, Karen 
Foster, Brett Cushing, and Bob Gillette. Carol Gartland is the Selectmen's 
Representative, and Roger ter Kuile is an Alternate. David Senecal, Zoning 
Enforcement Officer, attends the meetings as needed. 

In 2009 the Planning Board approved 4 Subdivisions for a total of 1 lots, 2 Site 
Plan Reviews, 9 Mergers of Lots, 7 Boundary Line Adjustments and 1 Special Use 
Permit. 

4 Excavation Permits were granted for six years and 2 are in the final stages of 
completion. 

The Ossipee Planning Board recommends that applicants meet with Dave 
Senecal, our Zoning Enforcement Officer, before applying to the Planning Board to 
help ensure compliance with all zoning issues. The Planning Board encourages a 
pre-application discussion with the board that can be scheduled for any Planning 
Board meeting following the noticed hearings. Many more applicants are taking 
advantage of this opportunity to better prepare their applications. Each Site Plan 
Review Application includes a checklist for Minor or Major applications determined 
by the applicant based on the size of the project. If the checklist is incomplete, the 
application is not acceptable. 

We welcome and encourage any interested people to attend our meetings, as 
input from the townspeople helps determine the direction of the Planning Board. 
We are looking for people to serve as alternates. It is a good way to learn about the 
work of the Planning Board in your town and make your voice heard in the 
community. 

The Planning Board has spent many hours fine tuning changes in the Zoning 
Ordinance, including an Article on Wind Power, revisions in the Flood Plain Article, 
and a change allowing $2500 to be the cutoff for requiring a building permit. 

Proposed drinking water protection in the form of an Aquifer Protection 
Ordinance has been the focus of meetings hosted by GMCG for the member towns 
of the Ossipee Watershed and Aquifer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Ossipee Planning Board 



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OSSIPEE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT 2009 

Members of the Board are Jean Simpson, Chairman; David Babson, Vice 
Chairman; Bruce Parsons, Jon Brown, and Scott McDonald. Alternates are Lisa 
Hinckley and Stanley Brothers. 

Public hearings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. If 
necessary a meeting can be held on the fourth Tuesday. Seven Variances were 
granted this year. Many of these were for cases where the proposed activity was not 
allowed in that zone, in our Zoning Ordinance. Two Special Exceptions were 
granted for previous nonconformance. 

If the applicant is denied a building permit because of the need for a Variance 
or a Special Exception, Dave Senecal, the Zoning Enforcement Officer, issues a 
denial and instructs the applicant to apply to the Ossipee Zoning Board. The Zoning 
Enforcement Officer makes sure that all the conditions placed on a decision by the 
ZBA are satisfied, before he grants a building permit. The Zoning Board of 
Adjustment has worked closely with the Zoning Enforcement Officer to ensure that 
possible violations of the conditions of a decision are reviewed. 

Prior to the ZBA hearing the case, a fee must be paid for public notification and 
certified mailing to all abutters, as well as a hearing fee of $75.00. The secretary 
compiles the information with the application and the completed checklist to send 
it to the Board members before the hearing. Board members often make a visit to 
the site, so they will have a better understanding of the case. An official procedure 
is followed for conducting the case. At the conclusion of the case, the ZBA members 
do a role call vote. The results are publicized in a public notice as to whether the 
application was granted or denied. Any conditions of approval or reasons for denial 
are included. The applicant must wait 30 days, so that anyone dissatisfied with the 
decision has a chance to start the appeal process. 

The Zoning Board revised the Rules of Procedure this year. 



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ZONING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 



PERMITS - 2009 



Permit Type 


# 


Fees Collected 


Building Permits 


130 


$21,881.55 


Plumbing 


23 


345.00 


Electrical 


56 


840.00 


Signs 


15 


375.00 


Occupancy 


22 


-0- 


Demolition 


9 


200.00 


TOTAL FEES COLLECTED: 




$23,641.55 



Again this year, the Town was busy with permits for new homes, renovation, 
remodeling, decks and garages. There were also permits issued for a few larger 
commercial structures. 

The Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Adjustment had a steady flow of 
applicants. I attended most of these meetings to offer my input when needed. 

Ongoing education was part of my year as well. Meetings each month with the 
NH Building Officials Association and the Lakes Region Safety Officials continue to 
be beneficial, to both myself as well as the Town. Staying well informed with an 
ever-changing industry is very important for all. 

Inspection of buildings during all stages of construction is part of my daily 
routine. Certificates of Occupancy are issued at the end of a project, and only when 
the criteria of this office is satisfied. The Assessing Supervisor accompanies me on 
all C.O/s, so that the building data can be recorded correctly for assessing purposes. 

Being the Town's Health Inspector takes up some of my time as well. 
Inspections, fielding all complaints, phone inquiries, public education, and 
meetings are all required for this task. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David Senecal 



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LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION 

The Lakes Region continues to grow and evolve. As our economy and world 
change, so does the work we are engaged in. The Lakes Region Planning 
Commission (LRPC) is an organization established according to state law to provide 
area communities and the region with the capacity to respond to and shape the 
pressures of change in a purposeful way. With a service area covering over 1,200 
square miles in Belknap, Carroll, Grafton and Merrimack Counties, the LRPC 
provides a wide range of planning services to member municipalities. The 
Commission offers direct and support services including technical assistance, 
geographic information systems, transportation planning, land use, environmental 
planning, hazard planning and economic development. Local, state, and federal 
resources primarily fund the LRPC. We also maintain a regular dialogue with state 
agencies as a resource for the entire Lakes Region. Our overall goal is to provide 
support, knowledge, and leadership to the governments, businesses, and citizens of 
the Lakes Region. 

Some of the services provided on behalf of the town of Ossipee and the region 
in the past fiscal year are noted below: 
LOCAL: 

* Continued to provide assistance to the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) 
Committee. 

* Retrieved and deployed traffic counting devices throughout the community. 

* Awarded a Source Water Protection Grant from the NH Department of 
Environmental Services (NHDES) to develop an aquifer protection ordinance and 
overlay district in the Ossipee Aquifer watershed. The Green Mountain 
Conservation Group and Ossipee Watershed Coalition partnered with LRPC in this 
application. 

* Provided information to the Conservation Commission Chairman regarding a 
development proposal. 

* Developed and printed several maps of the Ossipee Aquifer. 

* Coordinated road inventory work in the town with an Ossipee road agent. 

* Provided copies of the NH Planning and Land Use Regulations to the town at 
considerable savings. 



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MT. WASHINGTON VALLEY ECONOMIC COUNCIL 

In just the third full year since opening its doors, the Tech Village in Conway 
has become a prominent center for business resources and educational 
opportunities for the Valley. The facility accommodates several start-up businesses 
as well as an exceptional academic venue utilized by Granite State College and 
White Mountains Community College. Attractive building space on adjacent 
property is available to interested technical businesses and services. The following 
are some of the resources provided by the Economic Council as well as highlights 
from 2009: 

Progress continues on the development of the Tech Village. In July, the 
Economic Council received conditional subdivision approval for five lots. Moreover, 
proceeds from the sale of tax credits have gone to the development of infrastructure. 
To date, 22 businesses have purchased $1.25 million in tax credits, with $71,000 
left to sell. 

The Council's Revolving Loan Fund remains the preferred alternative leader in 
financial assistance for small businesses in the region. In 2009, the Council loaned 
out $326,000. To date, 24 loans have been made to local businesses totaling $1.8 
million. 

In partnership with Granite State College, the Council has continued to provide 
an educational series of workshops, called "Boot Camps," focusing on professional 
training for businesses and nonprofit organizations. There were 14 of these 
workshops in 2009, totaling 539 attendees. 

In concert with the MWV Chamber of Commerce, the Economic Council 
continues to work with the MWVYoung Professionals, a group which fosters career 
development opportunities, mentorship for community involvement, and support 
for civic leadership. The Council is also a co-sponsor of the third year of the 
leadership program series, which is a MWV version of Leadership NH. 

The Tech Village serves as the home to S.C.O.R.E. -counselors from the Service 
Corps of Retired Executives are available to provide free and confidential small 
business advice to entrepreneurs. 

The Tech Village also houses the MWV School to Career Partnership, which 
aims to build and sustain local partnerships that support education programs for the 
future workforce. 

Lastly, 2009 was another successful year for the on-going Eggs & Issues 
Breakfast Forum, which provides timely and vital information for area organizations 
on business, educational, and political topics. In April, guest speaker Governor John 
Lynch addressed a crowd of nearly 150 attendees on the state of the New 
Hampshire economy. In total, nearly 450 individuals attended the 10 sessions held 
in 2009. 

Donna Sargent - Ossipee Representative 



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OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2009 

Members of the Ossipee Conservation Commission are appointed by the 
Selectmen to assure protection and proper utilization of Ossipee natural resources 
under RSA 36-A. The Ossipee Conservation Commission meets the second 
Wednesday of the month at 7 PM in the Ossipee Town Hall. All are welcome to 
attend. 

Re-elected in April as Chair was Elizabeth Gillette and Robert Pratt was elected 
Vice Chair. Commissioners are Ralph Buchanan, Andy Northrop, Jean Hansen, 
Kevin Houle and Warren Walker. 

The "Window on the Ossipee Mountains" project moved closer to completion 
when construction began in December for the conservation area's planned scenic 
overlook off Route 1 6. This followed the NH Department of Transportation approval 
of a driveway permit for vehicular access from the highway to the scenic overlook 
that was designed by Ralph Buchanan to accommodate parking for up to 12 
automobiles and 3 buses. The "Windows" property is located on the west side of 
Route 16 south of Boulder Hill Farm; it was purchased for permanent open space 
for the town in 2008 following the Commission's successful fundraising campaign. 
The Dan Hole Pond Watershed Trust holds a conservation easement on the property. 
No funds raised from taxation were used either to purchase the property or to 
construct the overlook. 

As per the forest management plan for the "Windows" property minimal 
clearing was done in February (at the same time harvesting was done on town 
forestland north of the "Windows" lot) to open the scenic view and safeguard early 
successional forest wildlife habitat. More clearing will be necessary as a result of 
above-normal growth from heavy spring rains. The Commission hopes to complete 
the overlook in 201 and to create a nature trail on the property in 201 1 . 

The Commission worked hard throughout the year to protect Ossipee's natural 
resources. To monitor water quality the Commission partnered with the Green 
Mountain Conservation Group to sample water at 12 sites on rivers, lakes and 
streams from April to October. In May the Selectmen received an overview 
presentation of Water Quality test results by the Green Mountain Conservation 
Group indicating that Ossipee rivers and streams are in good condition, safe for 
increased salinity of Frenchman's Brook due possibly to accumulation of road salt. 
For more information click on water quality at: www.gmcg.org 

On August 12 we co-hosted with the Freedom Conservation Commission and 
the Green Mountain Conservation Group a presentation by Sara Steiner of the NH 
Department of Environmental Services (DES) on "Ossipee Lake Monitoring Results." 
The lake quality with respect to overall transparency and conductivity remains 
above the average of most NH lakes; however, Steiner noted a significant decrease 
in transparency of deep water in Broad Bay and Leavitt Bay that warrant continued 
monitoring. You may view Steiner's presentation at: 
http://www.gmcg.org/administration/pdf/OssipeeLakes_GMCG_20090812 

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For the fourth consecutive year the Commission supported the Lake Host 
Program (under the NH Lakes Association) to check boats entering and leaving 
Ossipee Lake for milfoil and other invasive species. Commissioners Jean Hansen 
and Warren Walker oversaw Lake Host Point Person, Nick Paquette and one 
assistant at Pequawket Trail landing from June to September. Despite these efforts 
DES confirmed in September two significant infestations of invasive milfoil and 
recommended chemical treatment in 2010. The Commission organized a meeting 
in December with representatives from Conservation Commissions of Freedom and 
Effingham and others to review the problem of invasive milfoil in the lake and to 
share information about each town's mitigation plans and activities. 

Throughout the year Ossipee was represented by Jean Hansen and Selectman 
Harry Merrow on a DRED committee to develop a management plan for the 
Ossipee Lake Natural Area. This beautiful, sandy stretch on the southern shoreline 
has for some years been conflicted by visitor overuse that threatens a community of 
rare plants. Committee recommendations led to action, including relocation of the 
section open to visitors, posted prohibitions against unauthorized activities and 
stepped-up patrols to enforce implementation. 

The Commission organized two community events for education and clean-up. 
On April 1 5 we hosted an evening talk at the library on Dark Sky Conservation (vs. 
Light Pollution) by Robert Gillette. On April 22, the Commission co-sponsored with 
the Green Mountain Conservation Group a clean-up of the beautiful Archer's Pond 
area. Thanks to a hardworking corps of volunteers (with some from Camp Calumet's 
Earth Week Camp) who gathered an estimated two tons of trash, and to the Ossipee 
Highway Department that hauled the collection to the transfer station, Archer's Pond 
and the surrounding area are considerably cleaner today! 

In August members of the Commission accompanied George Frame of the 
Society for the Protection of NH Forests in walking over the 108-acre forestland off 
Depot Road in Tamworth which the Commission has managed since 1 984 following 
completion of the Sumner Brook Conservation project. We commissioned a 
surveyor to survey and re-set missing monuments on the westerly boundary. 

The Commission supported town efforts to obtain grants to stabilize soil near 
the Duncan Lake beach and to get a permit from DES to replace rotted sections of 
the pedestrian walkway at Constitution Park. The Commission expressed concern 
to the developers of the new shopping area at Routes 16 and 28 to take measures 
to safeguard wetlands during both the construction phase and the management of 
snow removal. 

The Commission reviewed 53 communications (up from 40 in 2008) to and 
from the Department of Environmental Services, such as individual applications to 
work in the shoreland protection zone or wetlands or other areas that would require 
a DES permit or monitoring. The Commission also noted 22 "Intents to Cut" (down 
from 33 in 2008) forwarded by the Selectmen. Commissioners made 2 site visits to 
review possible taking of fee title or easement of properties in Ossipee for 
conservation purposes. A walk was also made of the "Windows" property with a 
director of the Dan Hole Pond Watershed Trust to monitor condition of the property. 

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Two other efforts were notable in 2009 to benefit Ossipee natural resources. 
An Aquifer Steering Committee has met throughout the year, under the auspices of 
a grant secured by the Lakes Region Planning Commission and Green Mountain 
Conservation Group, to assess what common water protection ordinances might be 
adopted in towns of the Ossipee Watershed to safeguard water quality and also to 
collect data on possible points of pollution. Roger ter Kuile is a member of the 
Committee and in May he reported on progress at the regular Conservation 
Commission meeting. A seminar held in November on Winter Road Maintenance 
was attended by Selectwoman Kathleen Maloney who reported back to the 
Selectmen on latest techniques to provide safe road travel with least harm to the 
environment. 

Volunteers are needed to help protect the land and water resources of Ossipee 
that we all love and too often take for granted. From serving as a Commissioner to 
sampling rivers and streams or pitching in on a project, townspeople will welcome 
whatever time you can give. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Elizabeth Gillette, Chair 




Local volunteers removed two tons of trash from 
Archer's Pond area on Earth Day, April 22nd. 



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OLD HOME WEEK COMMITTEE 2009 

The Ossipee Old Home Week Committee continues in its endeavors to bring 
this community together by celebrating the 4th of July in a week long schedule of 
events and numerous activities to showcase what our community does best 
working together. Without the support of our citizens and businesses these events 
would not be possible. 

The economy this year has been tough, however, the continued support has 
been outstanding and the committee wishes to thank all those that take the time to 
volunteer, donate, work and support this committee's endeavors. Please remember 
all events are occurring from donations, NO TAX DOLLARS are asked for. Without 
the support of YOU, events would not happen. 

Last year the wind affected the firework display adversely. Due to the shortness 
of the display the vendor has assured the committee of an even bigger showcase this 
year providing calmer winds prevail. Please schedule this event on your calendar. 
You will not want to miss this year's 4th of July Fireworks. 

The Old Home Week Committee is looking for new members. Meetings are 
only one hour in length and more hands make the job easier. 

This year events such as, Easter Egg Hunt, Mother's Day Flowers, Father's Day 
Gifts, Saint Patrick's Day Pot of Gold Penny Sale, Concerts and Fireworks are being 
planned for this year. Please watch the sign at the Town Hall for these events. 

The Old Home Week Committee would like to thank all the generous heartfelt 
time and commodities given by all of you who assist in making this committee able 
to plan and carryout events that showcase the jewel that this Town is! 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kathleen M. Maloney, Chairman 

Ossipee Old Home Week Committee 



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OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 
2009 ANNUAL REPORT 

ro the Selectmen and the Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

["he Department's goal is to offer a wide range of activities for all ages 
designed to meet the needs of the community, and to encourage healthy use of 
your leisure time. To the end in 2009 the Department offered 44 activities for 
children & youth, 30 for teens, 22 for adults and 35 special events. We have an 
activity for all age groups. We are always searching for new programs to add. If 
you have an idea please contact us so we can discuss it and possibly include it in 
our schedule. We continue to search for alternative funding sources for programs 
and projects. The summer teen program was partially funded through a Grant from 
the Carroll County Program Prevention Development Funds and we plan to apply 
for a State grant in 2010. We also have applied for other grants to complete 
projects at our recreation facilities. These grants are monitored and administered 
by the Department. 

The most exciting development of the year was the construction and opening 
of the Ossipee Skatepark. It is located next to the Town Hall on the site of the Ice 
Skating Rink. This is the culmination of a lot of work by a lot of people over a 
number of years. The Park was opened for a month in the late fall and a Grand 
Opening is planned for May 1, 2010. This makes this facility a multi-seasonal 
facility with ice skating in the winter and skateboarding the rest of the year. All 
ages can enjoy this facility! 

In 2009 maintaining the grass and general clean up of Constitution Park, 
YMCA Field, Mill Pond Park, Main Street Park grass, and Town Hall grass became 
the responsibility of the Department. In addition to this, we also oversee 
improvements and renovations to the recreation facilities in town. In 2009, the 
infield of the large baseball field at the YMCA Field was renovated, a John Deere 
Zero-turn mower was purchased, the Ice Rink/Skatepark surface was paved, the 
Skatepark apparatus was installed, and new nets were installed on the tennis 
courts. 

Communication of the Department's activities is made through several 
sources. These include: Weekly updates in the local papers, Occasional 
announcements on Cable Channel 3, Daily announcements at the schools, 
Publication of a Quarterly Program Brochure, and updates on our FaceBook page 
and on our website all keep you up-to-date on what is happening with the 
Department. Our phone number is 539-1307 and our e-mail addresses are: (Peter) 
ossrec@myfairpoint.net and (Jason) jason@ossipeerec.org . The website address is: 
www.ossipeerec.org . The Office is located next to the Town Hall. 

Even though we have 2 full-time staff, we still rely almost 100% on volunteers 
to make things happen. A special THANK YOU! is extended to all of you who 



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assist us with implementing all of the programs and activities. We also deeply 
appreciate the support of many businesses, civic groups, churches, non-profit 
groups, schools, and the other Town Departments. Because of your assistance 
many residents (young & old) have been able to participate in our activities. 

We encourage you to be involved with your town and with the Recreation 
Department. For a small town we have a lot to offer. On behalf of Jason and I it is 
a joy to serve as your Recreation Department Directors. For a comprehensive 
report please go to our website at www.ossipeerec.org and click on the 
Documents link. 



Enjoy L ife! Recreate! 



Respectfully submitted, 
Peter Waugh - Recreation Director 









OSSIPEE SKATEPARK OCTOBER 19, 2009 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS, INC. 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens was incorporated in 1975. Conceived from the 
initial and visionary Board of Directors composed of more than a dozen community 
residents, OCC created opportunities by providing access to a variety of human 
services. With its non-profit status, OCC became eligible to contract with state and 
federal agencies for funding. 

Its first program was food to seniors, which blossomed into hundreds of 
thousands of congregate and home-delivered meals from the Center Ossipee site. 
In 1980, the WIC Program (now 700 clients) was born to this location. Thirdly, the 
Ossipee Crossings Child Care Center began operations in 1994. 

OCC's second meals preparation site began in Moultonborough (Lions Club) 
six years ago, and includes the Town of Sandwich. Last year, Wakefield was added 
to the original list of towns (Ossipee, Tamworth, Effingham, and Freedom) provided 
with meals-on-wheels. 

In addition to the above, OCC is a member of the New Hampshire Association 
of Senior Centers and is an agent for the Commodity Supplemental Foods Program 
(CSFP). 

The following is a list of activities sponsored solely by OCC or in collaboration 
with other organizations and individuals: monthly blood-pressure clinics (VNA 
Hospice of Southern Carroll County and Vicinity); monthly foot care clinics (with 
Lakes Region General Hospital); monthly hearing testing (with Dr. Ed Burns); Annual 
Flu Shot Clinic (with VNA); weekly T.O.P.S. Program (volunteer leaders); Senior 
Game Day (with Ossipee Recreation Department); Monday Night Whist (volunteer 
leaders); Monday Afternoon Bingo (staff); senior trips to ME and NH locations for 
shopping and entertainment (including the Portland Flower Show with Ossipee 
Recreation Dept.). 

OCC organizes fundraisers necessary to supplement the annual budget. 
Including are the following: Annual Spring Fling; Fourth of July Celebration; Annual 
Harvest Fair; public turkey suppers; penny sales; yard sales; limited catering; and the 
OCC Uptown Boutique. 

OCC has an annual budget of over $850,000.00. Contracts with several 
funding sources allow the agency to provide the services identified above. Those 
include the following: USDA; Department of Health and Human Services; Division 
of Public Health Services and Child Care Development Fund; Lakes Region United 
Way; and the Ossipee Children's Fund. Funding from town support, donations, and 
fundraising complete the budget receivables. 

The OCC Santa Project (Ossipee, Effingham, and Freedom) was again 



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successful due to the wide-ranging support of organizations and individuals who 
partnership for a common goal. Andrew Catino and Ellen Garofalo, new owners of 
"The Chamberlain Block", graciously took over from the Hickey's in providing 
workshop space for the Santa Project, which assisted one hundred and eighty-two 
(182) families with four-hundred eighty-six (486) boys and girls. 

Space does not allow us to list the hundreds of organizations and individuals 
who have voluntarily served us so well throughout the years. With their continued 
support, with that of the Board of Selectmen, department heads, and town office 
staff, and with the consistent hard work of all agency staff, OCC will positively 
impact, directly and indirectly, every citizen within the Town of Ossipee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donna E. Sargent 

Executive Director, OCC 



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OSSIPEE LAKE DAM AUTHORITY 

The following is a report of the expense of the Dam Authority for the year 2009. 
Figures for the split between the two towns are based on the assessed equalized 
value of the two towns. These are furnished by the State of New Hampshire, D.R.A. 

Equalization Assessment Value 

Ossipee $744,607,597.00 57.54% of $1 2,976.62 = $7,453.51 

Freedom $549,456,463.00 42.46% of $1 2,976.62 = $5,500.1 1 

Sum Required By D.E.S. $30,000.00 
Expenditures $1 2,976.62 

The figures are revised each and every year, in order to bring the deficit of the 
past year up to $30,000.00, the beginning balance of the coming year. The 
following is a report of expenses for the Dam Authority for the year 2009. 

FairPoint $481.30 

PSNH $159.72 

Postmaster $ 55.60 

DES Bearcamp Gage $7,750.00 

John Picard/Chairman (Salary) $3000.00 

Robert Houle/Sec./Tres. (Salary) $500.00 

Snow Removal $480.00 

Johnson Excavation (Repair entrance to Dam road) $550.00 

Expense $12,976.62 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert F. Houle 

Secretary/Treasurer 



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WELFARE 
Annual Report for 2009 

This year we handled a total of 1 36 cases at a cost of $1 2,338.91 . 

The Town has a strict set of Guidelines prepared in conjunction with the New 
Hampshire Local Government Center. These guidelines have been adopted by the 
Town. There is no set amount for assistance but one must fall within the guidelines 
to be eligible. These guidelines are followed in all cases as they are legal and 
binding. 

Due to the current economic climate, we are seeing a different cliental. In 
2009 we saw an increase in medication assistance and need for placement in 
shelters. 

These are difficult times and decisions on what to pay are not always easy. It 
has become necessary to pare down the extras and concentrate on family needs. 

Respectfully submitted 

Sandra "Sam" Martin 

Welfare Director 



1 st Qtr 



2nd Qtr 



3rd Qtr 



4th Qtr 



Totals 



Fuel 

Gasoline 

Medication 

Mortgage 

Personal 

Rent 

Shelter 

Utilities 

Totals 

Repayment 

Totals 









$672.20 


$672.20 




$15.00 


$50.98 




65.98 


$36.00 


477.33 


528.15 


63.29 


1,104.77 






1,000.00 


1,682.49 


2,682.49 




35.17 


723.00 




758.17 


500.00 


1,350.00 


2,225.00 


1,400.00 


5,475.00 


200.00 


500.00 






700.00 


170.00 


245.81 


142.99 


1,059.68 


1,618.48 



$906.00 $2,608.31 $4,619.14 $4,205.46 $12,338.91 

($55.00) ($35.00) ($3,600.99) ($3,690.99) 

$851.00 $2,573.31 $1,018.15 $4,205.46 $8,647.92 



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OSSIPEE WATER AND SEWER COMMISSION 

The Ossipee Water and Sewer Commission has continued to make upgrades to 
both the water and sewer system in Center Ossipee. 
"Camp David" 

Three leach beds were reconstructed this year along with brush cutting and 
additional clearing. The facility received approximately 500,000 gallons of septage 
^nd processed more than 32 million gallons of wastewater. Monitoring wells 
showed all groundwater to be within State and EPA limits. Next year the 
replacement of several more leach beds is planned. 
Water System 

The Center Ossipee Water system is in very good condition. All our water tests 
have come back with excellent test ratings speaking highly of the quality of work 
and maintenance accomplished by our highly trained staff. 

The Dore Street and Rt. 1 6B projects are partially designed, and are waiting for 
funding opportunities as we explore various grants and financing options. The lines 
are adequate for the time being, and very little debris is produced during the 
flushing process. A Capital Improvement Plan has been developed. 

The hydrants were painted in the spring and several risers were added to 
position them at the proper height. A new hydrant was added adjacent to the Irving 
facility. Several service shutoffs were replaced and four breaks were repaired. 
Other improvements to the system included painting the building at Pine River, 
painting the office and storage building, and cleaning up around all facilities. The 
controls and alarms at Pine River were upgraded. An inspection and cleaning of the 
tank on Valley Road was conducted with everything found to be in good order and 
only 1/8" of sediment on the floor of the tank after 5 years. 
Sewer System 

Work started on the evaluation of the sewer system to determine why flows 
increase dramatically during storm events. Several manholes have been identified 
as possible problems. Residents are also reminded that it is illegal to connect 
gutters, down spouts and sump pumps to the sanitary sewer system. These devices 
should connect to storm drains or daylight away from the structure. 

At this point we wish to extend our sincere appreciation to the various Town 
Departments for their continued help and support throughout the year. The Board 
of Selectmen, and Mrs. Martha Eldridge (Town Administrator) for their help in 
keeping things moving smoothly, Mrs. Kellie Skehan and her Tax Office Staff Ms. 
Trish Hodge and Ms. Tracy Cragin for all their hard work collecting revenue for the 
Department and last but not least, the Town Office Staff, Ms. Natalie Hall 



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(Treasurer), JoAnn Wilkish (payroll clerk) and Ms. Gail Gliesman (payroll clerk). 

We especially wish to thank the Public Works/Highway Department without 
whose help the Ossipee Water and Sewer Department would be hard pressed, and 
for their old dump truck which has enabled us to accomplish additional work 
without disrupting their operations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Randy Lyman, Chairman 

Elliott Harris, Vice Chairman 

June Loud, Clerk 

Douglas Sargent, Superintendent 



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OSSIPEE TRANSFER & RECYCLING FACILITY 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2009 

2009 was a good year and also a busy year for the employees at the Transfer 
Facility. Some major changes that occurred include the installation of 2 new 
compactors to replace the incinerator, which was mandated to be removed by the 
Department of Environmental Services, an additional baler was installed and the 
Town adopting a "Mandatory Recycling" policy. 

The recycling effort has had a positive impact on our town and the 
environment. Our tonnage of Municipal Solid Waste and Demolition Waste has 
dropped by 270 tons. This has also resulted in 52 fewer trips required for hauling of 
the waste. The total income generated in 2009 from the sale of the recyclables and 
fees is $102,000.00. 

The Town was saddened by the passing of Bill Porell. We all wish his family the 
best. The Town also welcomes Rick Kent to the Transfer and Recycling Facility. 

The employees at the Transfer & Recycling Facility would like to send a big 
"Thank You" to all of the residents for a job well done! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Brad Harriman, Public Works Director 



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RECYCLED MATERIALS 

Town of Ossipee NH 
Congratulations for being such active recyclers! 

Below please find information on the positive impact this recycling has had on 
your environment. 

The recyclable materials listed below were sent to market to be remanufactured 
into new products through your non-profit recycling cooperative, the Northeast 
Resource Recovery Association. 



Recyclable 
Material 



Alummum Cans 



Paper 
Plastics 

Scrap Metal 



Amount Recycled 
In 2009 



6294 lbs. 



156.225 tons 
1.01 tons 

167 tons 



Environmental Impact! 

Here is only one benefit of 
using this recycled material 
rather than natural 
resources (raw materials) to 
manufacture new products. 
Conserved enough energy 
to run a television for 
640,477 hours! 
Saved 2,656 trees! 
Conserved 1,515 gallons of 
gasoline! 

Conserved 167,482 
pounds of coal! 



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OSSIPEE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2009 

Once again the Highway Department was kept very busy during the winter of 
2009. Many nights and weekends were spent keeping the Town roads safe and 
clear. 

When spring and summer finally arrived, the crew was able to get out and bring 
our gravel roads back into shape by grading and rolling. Many hours were also 
spent on cleaning the ditches and culverts. All of this work is paying off as we are 
observing less damage to our shoulders on the roads and the roads are lasting for 
longer periods of time between grading. The department also continued roadside 
mowing and crack sealing as part of their regular routine. 

As in the past 2 years, the department spent many hours removing and 
installing new culverts on various Town roads. 

Major projects completed this past year include rebuilding the shoulders, 
shimming and overlaying Elm Street, Walker Hill Road and Blake Hill Road. 
Glidden Hill on Sawyer Road was widened and new ditch lines were installed. 
Drainage improvements were started on Ridge Road along with the addition of 
gravel to Pequ aw ket Trail, Cassie Cove Road, Ridge Road and Leavitt Road. 

The Highway Department saw Joe Janis leave us after 4 years of service. We 
all wish Joe the best for the future. The Town also welcomes Shawn Berry to the 
Highway Department. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Brad Harriman 

Public Works Director 



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CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT 

In the year 2009, the Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue Department answered 323 
emergency calls. The calls are broken down as follows: 

Actual fires - 32; technical rescue and motor vehicle accidents - 44; hazardous 
condition type calls - 8; service calls - 1 0; hazardous material incidents -11; false 
alarms - 37; severe weather disasters - 3; forest fires - 1 9; emergency medical calls 
- 159 consisting of: abdominal pain, 10; anaphylaxis/shock, 10; assault, 4; back 
pain, 3; cardiac arrest, 9; chest pain, 8; choking, 1; diabetic symptoms, 5; 
respiratory distress, 5; dizzy spell, 3; head injuries, 1; general sickness, 6; 
lacerations, 4; lift assist:, 12; medical alarm activations, 7; misc trauma, 5; general 
person down call, 16; seizures, 7; strokes, 2; unknown medical type calls, 4; 
bleeding emergencies, 4; difficulty breathing emergencies, 17; overdose, 4; 
stroke/CVA, 4; unconscious person, 8. 

The Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue Department spent 8,818 hours participating 
in firefighter training, medical training and answering emergency calls in 2009. The 
Fire Department Inspection Division spent 4,241 hours completing the following 
inspections during 2009: oil burner inspections - 15, assembly inspections - 91, 
plan reviews - 10, foster care inspections - 4, new home occupancy inspections - 
10. The Fire Chiefs and duty crew spent 3,744 hours completing: Fire Prevention 
programs; department administration; grant program management; fire department 
business meetings and trainings; emergency calls; Ossipee Valley Mutual Aid and 
Emergency Medical Service meetings; department work details; emergency vehicle 
maintenance and repairs; fire truck pump tests; aerial certification; maintenance 
and general inspection follow up; Knox Box systems and associated installations; 
weekly truck inspection and repairs; preplanning for emergency responses; air pack 
and cascade systems service and certifications. 

The Fire Department continued to update equipment in 2009 by purchasing a 
2008 demo Ford rescue truck. Equipment from the old rescue truck was transferred 
over with a few new additions and a 4000-watt light tower was added to the rescue 
truck for safe lighting at emergency scenes. The cascade system was transferred to 
the tower truck with the purchase of a new filling station to protect firefighters when 
filling air bottles. A new extended bed incident command unit for proper incident 
command operations was installed in the command vehicle. Specialized equipment 
was purchased to set up and operate a rapid intervention team for firefighter rescue. 
New firefighter protective clothing and forestry protective clothing was purchased. 

Center Ossipee Fire and Rescue Department's membership in 2009 consisted 
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The Department members' certifications consist of the following: 11 certified 
Level One firefighters; 2 Level Two certified firefighters; 2 Career Level certified 
firefighters; 13 firefighters certified in hazardous material operations; 1 certified 
hazardous material technician; 4 certified firefighters at Inspector One level; 2 
firefighters certified in confined space rescue work; 8 certified ladder company 
operators; 2 firefighters certified in Rapid Intervention Rescue; 3 First Responders; 7 
firefighters certified at EMT-Basics level; 1 firefighter certified at EMT-I level; 1 
certified EMT practical exam evaluator; 2 firefighters certified in emergency 
response to terrorist incidents and terrorist bombings; 17 firefighters certified in 
dealing with Mass Casualty Incidents; 17 firefighters certified in Firefighter 
Rehabilitation procedures; and 18 firefighters certified at Federal Incident 
Command Lever IS-00700. 

The members of the Center Ossipee Fire and Rescue Department are 
committed to the safety and success of our community as well as planning and 
preparing for the future needs of our community. We encourage the public to be a 
positive part of the team that works hard for the precinct. The department continues 
to apply for federal grants in an attempt to offset taxes. 

As Chief, I would like to thank the command staff and the dedicated, 
hardworking members of the department for consistently going beyond the call of 
duty. I would also like to thank the Precinct Fire Commissioners' office for its hard 
work and the members of the precinct who continue to support the department. The 
Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue Department stands ready to serve the public 
regardless of the nature of the need. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Michael D. Brownell, Chief 




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OSSIPEE CORNER FIRE DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT - 2009 

The Members of the Department responded to 302 Emergency Calls in 2009. 
Currently there are 17 Members and 2 Trainees on the Department. The Members 
not only answered 302 Emergency Calls for the year, but also met for weekly 
Trainings or Meetings and attended various courses to continue their education in 
both Fire and EMS. Some of these courses taken were Fire Fighter One, Basic EMT, 
Rapid Intervention Team, HAZMAT Awareness and Operations, Incident Command 
System Courses at several levels, Wildland Fire Fighter One, as well as numerous 
medical continuing education courses. 

DEPARTMENT STATISTICS: 
Total calls: 302 

Total man-hours for calls, trainings and department meetings: 4,424 
Administrative hours (inspections, meetings, department operations): 2,171 

YEARLY CALL TOTALS: 
Structure Fires: 27 Misc. Responses: 8 

Carbon Monoxide Alarms: 2 Chimney Fires: 2 

Vehicle Fires: 5 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 49 

Outside Fires: 10 Smoke Investigations: 4 

Haz-Mat Incidents: 9 Wires/Trees Down: 6 

Alarm Activations: 22 Medical Aids: 154 

Special Services: 1 Station Coverage: 3 

The Department responded Mutual Aid to assist other Departments: 40. The 
Department received Mutual Aid from other Departments: 23 

Over the year plans were reviewed for new commercial buildings, renovating 
commercial buildings, rebuilding commercial buildings, and multiple subdivisions. 
The review process has also started for the new County Nursing Home. Inspections 
have been completed on a number of New Commercial Businesses and Buildings 
in the Precinct. There were 8 Oil Burner and Woodstove Permits issued. There were 
a total of 50 Town Building Applications issued in this Precinct, of these, 1 1 were 
for new residential buildings, 8 were for residential additions, 5 were for residential 
alterations, 14 were for residential out buildings, 4 were for new commercial 
buildings, 2 were for commercial alterations, and 6 were for demolition. 

I would once again like to thank the Members of the Ossipee Corner Fire 
Department for their continuous commitment, unselfish acts, and family sacrifices 
that they make, whenever duty calls, to make the Community a safer place to live. 
Thank you to the Precinct Commissioners and people of the community for your 
support of the Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Adam Riley, Chief 

Ossipee Corner Fire Department 



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FOREST FIRE WARDEN'S 
ANNUAL REPORT - 2009 

2009 was a fairly wet year, resulting in low fire activity. There were 
approximately 570 permits issued throughout the Town for the year. Headsets were 
purchased for the three forestry trucks to provide better communications. 

Law Brochures are available at the Town Hall. Further information on the laws 
can be found through the Department of Resources and Economic Development, 
Division of Forest and Lands at www.nhdfl.org . 

Please remember that if the ground is not completely covered with snow at 
least within a 1 00 foot radius around any brush pile to be burned, then a fire permit 
is needed. When in question call and ask. If you wish to burn without snow cover, 
please call the Fire Department in your Precinct. The Department numbers are 
listed below. Please only leave a message at one Department. These calls are 
returned by call fire/rescue personnel that are answering emergency calls on a daily 
basis, so it is recommended to call at least one day before the day that you wish to 
burn so there is adequate time for your call to be returned and for someone to issue 
the permit. 



Ossipee Corner Fire Station 539-2407 

Center Ossipee Fire Station 539-4401 

West Ossipee Fire Station(s) 539-6906 

Forest Fire Warden 539-5290 



Respectfully submitted: 

Adam Riley, 

Forest Fire Warden 



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WEST OSSIPEE FIRE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL REPORT 2009 

This was a very busy year for our department as we saw a 46% increase in call 
responses, completed the Jewell Hill Fire Station construction, and our members 
participated in a wide variety of training activities. 

Total Number of Calls in West Ossipee Precinct 2009 = 189 



Medical Aid 




87 


Brush/Illegal Fires 


6 


MV Accidents 




37 


HazMat 


3 


Service Calls 




21 


Building Fires 


2 


Other 




21 


Vehicle Fires 


2 


Alarms 




8 


Water/Ice Rescues 


2 


Total Number of Calls Mutual Aid to Other Towns = 60 




Medical Aids 




2 


HazMat 


1 


MV Accidents 




8 


Brush/Illegal Fires 


3 


Service Calls 




3 


Building Fires 


25 


Other 




7 


Vehicle Fires 


2 


Alarms 




3 


Water/Ice Rescues 


1 


Station Coverage 




4 


Chimney Fires 


1 


Total calls in 2009 = 


249 








Total member hours 


for calls/trainings/meetings/duty in 2009 


= 3,897 



This year saw the formation of the West Ossipee Explorers program, an 
outstanding group of seven young men and women who are already proving to be 
a very valuable asset to our department and the mutual aid service. These teenagers 
are responding to assist at emergency calls and participating in trainings, giving 
them hands-on experience to prepare them to transition into work with the fire 
service as adults. 

In 2009, we organized several training opportunities and included other 
departments in these courses including traffic safety and chainsaw safety. We look 
forward to sponsoring an EMT-B class and CDL class in 201 as well as several other 
courses being offered through our partnership with NH Local Government Center. 
The completion of our Jewell Hill Fire Station construction project has been quite a 
learning experience for all involved. It started as a seemingly simple quest to 
construct a garage facility to resolve our lack of sufficient space to work and house 
equipment. And it was finally made possible through an act of the NH Legislature 
with the passage of SB 75. Thank you to all who helped us complete this project. A 
special thank you goes to NH Reps. Mark McConkey, John Roberts and Susan Wiley, 
U.S. Senator Jeb Bradley, and Atty. Susan Slack for guiding this legislation through 
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The 23 members of this department are a dedicated, professional, and 
confident group who excel at serving above and beyond the call of duty to protect 
and serve the people of West Ossipee and surrounding communities. Thank you to 
their families who continue to support their commitment to the fire service. 

REMINDER: SMOKE DETECTORS AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS 
SAVE LIVES. If you need assistance acquiring or installing these devices in your 
home, or have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to call our station 
at 539-6906. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Bradley Eldridge, 

West Ossipee Fire Chief 



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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

Nine years ago, it seemed like our biggest challenge was to plan how we would 
cope with the technological chaos caused by our entry into the new century. As we 
enter the last year of the decade, the Y2K maladies seem like a "walk in the park" 
compared to the challenges that we face in today's world. While Thomas L. 
Friedman's "flat world" definitely has some pretty significant bumps for us to 
traverse, I have great confidence in the American spirit and our ability to overcome 
all obstacles. 

A prime example of what can be accomplished when people work together 
was the approval of the Kingswood Addition/Renovation Project. When the 
Governor failed to include vocational building aid in his budget, the overwhelming 
support that the project received from voters was the critical factor in getting the 
75% state funding restored. The commitment made by the citizens of the Governor 
Wentworth Regional School District gave the School Board, our legislative team and 
me the ammunition that we needed to persuade the General Court to include this 
most important aid to the biennium budget. Both the School Board and our local 
legislators were tenacious in their efforts to see that the children who attend our 
schools were not shortchanged by state government. I am particularly grateful to the 
many formal and informal groups who diligently worked for the passage of the 
bond. 

In presenting the project last year, we expressed concern that due to the 
financial condition of the state, the window may be closing on state building aid. 
We believed that a moratorium on future projects could be implemented and 
therefore, it was critical that our project be approved before that happened. 
Otherwise, our residents could face a major building or renovation project without 
the benefit of any state aid. At the time of writing this report, the State Legislature is 
talking about a moratorium on new projects including those which will be 
considered by voters in March of 2010. For all of the children that will attend school 
in the Governor Wentworth Regional School District for the next 30 years, I am 
grateful to everyone who made the completing of this project possible on a timely 
basis. Ground breaking for Phase I took place on December 2, 2009. We expect 
Phase II to begin in April of 2010 with substantial completion of the entire project 
early in the 201 1-2012 school year. 

After 1 8 years of a dedicated career in the district, Dr. Kathleen McCabe retired 
in June 2009. We are fortunate to have our Director of Special Education, Kathleen 
Cuddy-Egbert, assume the position of Assistant Superintendent of Schools. While 
she continues to oversee special education as part of her job assignment, she is ably 
assisted by long-time Special Education Coordinator Susan Merrell. Heather 
Cummings, our former Director of Instructional Improvement, has capably 
absorbed her old position in her new role as Director of Curriculum. The 
commitment, skill level and work ethic of these people, coupled with a hard- 
working office staff, have made the transition in the SAU 49 office a smooth one. 

Again, thank you to all of our citizens for their continued support of our public 
schools. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John B. Robertson 



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CAREGIVERS OF THE WOLFEBORO AREA 
ANNUAL REPORT 2009 

In November of this year we changed our name to Caregivers of Southern 
Carroll County and Vicinity, Inc. This was done to pave the way for qualifying as a 
501(c) 3 agency. 

We are an all-volunteer organization with no salaries; no benefits, no office 
and no overhead but still incur expenses. Our greatest expense is the reimbursement 
of drivers. We provide transportation to local communities and long distance 
destinations such as Dover, Portsmouth, Boston, Maine Medical, and Lebanon. Our 
reimbursement is .40 per mile. 

Our services are available to everyone in Alton, Ossipee, Tuftonboro and 
Wolfeboro at no charge. We are always happy to accept donations. 

January through November of 2009 our drivers have traveled 41,717 miles. 
With the current economy more of our volunteers are requesting reimbursement. 
Fortunately, for our agency, there are volunteers who do not request reimbursement 
because "It is part of the volunteerism". 

Transportation, while not the only service offered, is the most requested. Other 
services include friendly visiting and respite. Through November 2009 our agency 
has rendered 1,520 individual services. This means that more than 6.6 services are 
provided every working day. Our 80 volunteers are busy. 

In 2009 we received grants through the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation 
from The Wolfeboro Fund and the Bald Peak Community Fund. We are grateful to 
these eminent organizations for their confidence in our program. We are also 
fortunate that All Saints Church, First Congregational Church and St. Katharine 
Drexel Church have provided! donations for years. Recently, donations have come 
from the towns of Alton, Tuftonboro and Wolfeboro. It is through the generosity of 
these organizations and towns that we are able to continue our services and perhaps 
expand in the future. 

In the 23 years since our founding, we feel we have filled a great need in our 
communities. It is because of the caring and involvement of the people in these 
towns that we have been able to provide the needed services. We are fortunate that 
we live in towns where people care about each other. 

Shirley A. Bentley, Coordinator 

209 North Main Street 

Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

COUNTY OF CARROLL, TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee in the County of Carroll, State of New 
Hampshire, qualified to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in Center Ossipee, in said Town of 
Ossipee on Tuesday, March 9, 201 beginning at ten o'clock in the forenoon (1 0:00 
a.m.) of said day to act on the following Articles, the polls to remain open until 
seven o'clock in the evening (7:00 p.m.) 

Article #1 To elect all necessary Town Officers for the ensuing year as follows: to 
choose one (1 ) Selectman for a term of three (3) years; one (1 ) Moderator for a term 
of two (2) years; one (1 ) Town Clerk/Tax Collector for a term of three (3) years; one 
(1 ) Trustee of Trust Funds for a term of three (3) years; one (1 ) Cemetery Trustee for 
a term of three (3) years; one (1 ) Library Trustee for a term of three (3) years; one (1 ) 
Library Trustee for a term of one (1) year; one (1) Supervisor of the Checklist for a 
term of six (6) years; two (2) Budget Committee members for a term of three (3) 
years; two (2) Planning Board members for a term of three (3) years; one (1) 
Planning Board member for a term of one (1) year; one (1) Water and Sewer 
Commissioner for a term of three (3) years; one (1) Zoning Board of Adjustment 
member for a term of three (3) years. 

Article #2 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 1 as 

proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
i Amendment Number 1 proposes to add a new section to the Zoning Ordinance to 
: allow small wind energy systems 

(windmills, etc.) in appropriate locations, while protecting the public's health, safety 

and welfare? (Majority vote required) 

Article #3 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 2 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 2 proposes a number of changes to the floodplain regulations 
section in the Zoning Ordinance to bring the floodplain regulations into compliance 
with the National Flood Insurance program? (Majority vote required) 



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Article #4' Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 3 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 3 proposes to eliminate the need for a building or zoning 
permit for projects whose material value is less than $2,500.00 (the current 
threshold for requiring a building permit is $1,000.00)? (Majority vote required) 



You are notified to meet at the Town Hall in Center Ossipee, in said Town of 
Ossipee on the second Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 6:30 o'clock in the evening 
(6:30 p.m.) to act on the following Articles: 



Article #5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the budget 
committee recommended sum of four million eight hundred ten thousand six 
hundred forty-eight dollars ($4,810,648.00) for general municipal operation. 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen) (Majority vote required) 






ACCOUNT NAME 

Conservation Agent 

Selectmen's Salary 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 

Elections 

Registration 

Treasurer 

Selectmen's Office 

Economic Development 

Ossipee Lake Dam Authority 

Legal 

Planning Board 

ZBA 

Government Buildings 

Trustee of Trust Funds 

Cemeteries 

Insurance 

Police Department 

Police Special Duty 

Dog Officer 

Fire Warden 

Zoning Officer 

Highway 



2010 Selectmen 

$300.00 

$15,200.00 

$229,583.00 

$6,506.00 

$8,941.00 

$8,774.00 

$383,944.00 

$550.00 

$7,454.00 

$35,000.00 

$15,423.00 

$3,828.00 

$146,980.00 

$5,978.00 

$25,864.00 

$115,823.00 

$801,407.00 

$25,000.00 

$12,351.00 

$20,400.00 

$75,681.00 

$1,092,853.00 



201 Budget Comm. 2009 Budget 



$300.00 

$15,200.00 

$229,583.00 

$6,506.00 

$8,941.00 

$8,774.00 

$383,944.00 

$550.00 

$7,454.00 

$35,000.00 

$15,423.00 

$3,828.00 

$146,980.00 

$5,978.00 

$25,864.00 

$115,823.00 

$801,407.00 

$25,000.00 

$12,351.00 

$20,400.00 

$75,681.00 

$1,092,853.00 



$500.00 

$15,200.00 

$218,565.00 

$4,170.00 

$3,866.00 

$8,774.00 

$346,926.00 

$550.00 

$7,327.00 

$35,000.00 

$27,675.00 

$3,827.00 

$148,300.00 

$4,806.00 

$19,745.00 

$106,673.00 

$737,913.00 

$25,000.00 

$11,647.00 

$20,400.00 

$74,559.00 

$1,063,340.00 



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Public Works Director $92,461.00 $92,461.00 $89,439.00 

Street Lighting $0.00 $0.00 $2,600.00 

Incinerator $439,398.00 $439,398.00 $462,203.00 
Health Agency 

OCC $18,000.00 $18,000.00 $18,000.00 

WolteboroVNA $15,612.00 $15,612.00 $12,295.00 

Northern Human Services $4,425.00 $4,425.00 $4,425.00 

CAP $12,000.00 $12,000.00 $12,000.00 

White Mt. Comm Hlth. $4,304.00 $4,304.00 $4,489.00 

Ossipee Children's Fund $1 7,500.00 $1 7,500.00 $1 7,500.00 

Starting Point $2,644.00 $2,644.00 $2,624.00 

School's Out Program $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 

Ossipee Preschool $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 

Appalachian Mtn Teen Proj. $1 ,200.00 $1 ,200.00 $1 ,200.00 

Agape Food Pantry $7,000.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 

Medication Bridge $981.00 $981.00 $355.00 

Ossipee Historical Society $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 

Carroll County Transit $3,000.00 $3,000.00 

Lite Bridge - Mentoring $5,000.00 $5,000.00 

OCC Day Care $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 

Ambulance $205,296.00 $205,296.00 $197,400.00 

Emergency Management $0.00 $0.00 $5,000.00 

General Assistance $45,434.00 $45,434.00 $44,591.00 

Recreation $200,205.00 $200,205.00 $184,948.00 

Library $202,543.00 $202,543.00 $208,367.00 

Patriotic Purposes $1,672.00 $1,672.00 $245.00 

Conservation Commission $6,277.00 $6,277.00 $6,277.00 

Long Term Debt-Principle $93,037.00 $93,037.00 $93,372.00 

Long Term Debt-Interest $12,488.00 $12,488.00 $8,805.00 

Interest on Line of Credit $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 

Water $214,415.00 $214,415.00 $226,121.00 

Sewer $152,916.00 $152,916.00 $208,208.00 

TOTAL $4,810,648.00 $4,810,648.00 $4,717,227.00 

Article #6 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000.00) for the repair and improvement of 
Town Roads. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Article #7 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to be added to the Highway Department's Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #8 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the Highway Department's Building 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #9 To see if the Town will vote to approve the establishment of an 
expendable trust fund under the provisions of RSA 31:19-3, to be known as the 
Bridge Replacement and/or Repair Fund for the purpose of future bridge 
replacement and repairs and vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to be added to this fund, and to appoint the Board of 
Selectmen as agents to expend. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 
by Budget Committee6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #10 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty 
nine thousand eight hundred ninety dollars ($69,890.00) for the reconstruction of 
Chapel Road Bridge. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #11 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred forty eight thousand three hundred seventy six dollars ($148,376.00) for 
the purchase of a new Town Truck. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #12 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) for equipment, repairs, and improvements to the 
Town Recreation Department and/or facilities. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #13 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty- 
three thousand two hundred seventy dollars ($63,270.00) for the purpose of paying 
the Ossipee Water System's bond payment for (1) year. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Article #14 To see it the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand one hundred dollars ($10,100.00) for the purpose of replacing the posts 
and other items necessary on the elevated walkways on the hiking trail system at 
Constitution Park. This sum would be coming from an anticipated grant from the 
New Hampshire Recreational Trails Grant. No money to be raised by taxation. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Article #15 To see if the Town will vote to approve the establishment of an 
expendable trust fund under the provisions of RSA 31:1 9-a, to be known as the One 
Moultonville Road Property Expendable Trust Fund for the purpose of improvements 
to the land and building located at One Moultonville Road and vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to be added to this fund, 
and to appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. This sum to come from 
fund balance (surplus) and no amount to be raised from taxation. (Recommended 
by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote 
required) 

Article #1 6 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy 
eight thousand dollars ($78,000.00) to be added to the Capital Reserve Account 
previously established for the purpose of a complete revaluation of the Town in the 
year 2010. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #17 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum cost of 
thirty-two thousand three hundred one dollars ($32,301.00) to purchase a police 
cruiser and equipment. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by 
Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #18 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000.00) to be added to the Benefit Pay Capital Reserve 
Account previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 
by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #19 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to be placed in the expendable trust fund (Species 
Control Fund) created in 2004 for the purpose of preventing and treating milfoil in 
Ossipee Lake. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Article #20 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500.00) to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established (for the purpose of purchasing fire apparatus for the Forest 
Fire Warden's Department), and to appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to 
expend. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 
6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #21 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six 
thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500.00) for the local Main Street Program. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-5 1 
abstained) (Majority vote required) 

Article #22 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
thousand seven hundred dollars ($1,700.00) for the purpose of authorizing the 
expenditure of a grant already received from the New Hampshire State 
Conservation Committee for the Town Beach on Duncan Lake Erosion Control 
Project. No money for this purpose will be raised by taxation. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



Article #23 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
hundred dollars ($500.00) for the purpose of authorizing the expenditure of an 
anticipated grant received from the Green Mountain Conservation Group for the 
Town Beach on Duncan Lake Erosion Control Project. No money will be raised by 
taxation. If the grant is not awarded, the money will not be spent. (Recommended 
by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 5-1) (Majority vote 
required) 

Article #24 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty- 
two thousand dollars ($42,000.00) for the purpose of making improvements to town 
buildings ( i.e. shingle the Town Hall roof, seal the cupola, repair siding, carpet three 
offices, security alarm for the One Moultonville Road building). (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #25 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500.00) for upgrading of the computer systems 
throughout the town departments and for the installation of a tax map program. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 



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Article #26 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand ($20,000.00) for the purpose of purchasing and installing a new gate at 
the Big Dan Hole Dam. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by 
Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #27 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
two thousand dollars ($32,000.00) for the purpose of authorizing the expenditure of 
an anticipated grant received from the State of New Hampshire Department of 
Health and Human Services- Division of Children, Youth & Families Incentive Fund 
Grant. This funding is for teen programming. No money for this purpose will be 
raised by taxation. If the grant is not awarded the money will not be spent. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Article #28 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four 
thousand nine hundred eleven dollars ($4,911.00) to purchase new computers for 
the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Office. Two thousand two hundred eleven dollars 
($2,211.00) will be withdrawn from the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Computer 
Expendable Trust Fund previously established. The balance of two thousand seven 
hundred dollars ($2,700.00) will be raised through taxation. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #29 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six 
thousand sixteen dollars ($6,016.00) for signage for five different locations entering 
Ossipee. (Recommended by Selectmen 2-1 ) (Recommended by Budget Committee 
6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #30 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
thousand dollars ($3,000.00) for the purpose of doing an archeology study. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Article #31 (By Petition) To see if the Town will vote to approve the following 
resolution to be forwarded to our State Representative(s) our State Senator, the 
Speaker of the House, and the Senate President. Resolved: The citizens of New 
Hampshire should be allowed to vote on an amendment to the New Hampshire 
Constitution that defines "marriage". (Not Recommended by Selectmen 0-3) 
(Majority vote required) 



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Article #32 To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers thereof. 

Given under our hands and seal this 19th day of February 2010. 

TOWN OF OSSIPEE 
By its Board of Selectmen 
Kathleen M. Maloney 
Harry C. Merrow 
E. Morton Leavitt 



Personally appeared the above-named Kathleen M. Maloney, Harry C. Merrow, 
and E. Morton Leavitt, or a majority of them, Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee, and 
took oath that the foregoing is true and accurate to the best of their knowledge and 
belief. Before me, 

Martha B. Eldridge 

Justice of the Peace 

My Commission Expires 06/13/12 



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PHONE LISTINGS 

Ambu lance/Fire/Rescue 911 

CAP (Community Action Program) 323-7400 

Courts 

Ossipee District Court 539-4561 

Probate Court 539-4123 

Superior Court 539-2201 

Emergency Management Operations Center 539-4401 

Fire Permits 

Ctr. Ossipee Station 539-4401 

Deputy Warden Cullen 539-6900 

Ossipee Corner Station 539-2407 

Warden Riley 539-2407 

West Ossipee Station 539-6906 

Chief Eldridge 539-5636 

No permit needed when there is a complete snow covered ground.... 
But you MUST call 539-2262 to give time and day of burn. 

OCC (Ossipee Concerned Citizens) 539-685 1 

Senior Meals Program 539-685 1 

WIC Program 539-6821 

Child Care/Preschool 539-6772 

Police Department 

Ossipee 539-2011 

Sheriffs Department 539-2284 

Tamworth Troop E Registry 271-2371 

Schools 

Superintendent of Schools 569-1658 

Ossipee Elementary 539-4589 

Effingham Elementary 539-6032 

Kingswood Middle School 569-3689 

Kingswood High School 569-2055 

Regional #9Vocational School 569-4361 



ASSESSING & SELECTMEN'S OFFICE HOURS 

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

(603) 539-4181 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

(603)539-8417 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

2 nd Wednesday - 7:00 PM (603) 539-41 81 

DOG WARDEN 

Wendy Sargent (call 539-201 1 ) 

OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

(603) 539-2011 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Bi-Monthly Meetings - 4 th Tuesday (as needed) 

(603)539-4181 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 

May thru October 

(603)539-1002 

Natalie Peterson, President 

INCINERATOR 

Sun. 9:00 AM - 1 :00 PM; Mon. & Tues. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

Thur. 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Fri. & Sat. 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

CLOSED WEDNESDAY 

(Permit $5 - Selectmen's Office) (603) 539-41 21 

LIBRARY 

Monday & Thursday 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

Tuesday & Friday 1 0:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday 9:00 AM - 1 :00 PM 

Closed Sunday & Wednesday 

(603) 539-6390 

PLANNING BOARD 

First and Third Tuesdays 

Work sessions as needed on 4 th Tuesday 7:00 PM 

(603) 539-4181 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT HOURS 

As needed - Answering Machine: (603) 539-1 307 

www.ossipeerec.org 

TOWN CLERKAAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE HOURS 

Mon. - Fri. 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (603) 539-2008 

WATER/SEWER DEPARTMENT 

Regular Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM 

Spring, Summer & Fall 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM 

(603) 539-7150 

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

2 ND Tuesday 7:00 PM (603) 539-4181 

ZONING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 

David A. Senecal 

Mon. - Fri. 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

(603) 539-4181 

Town of Ossipee website to many departments: www.ossipee.org